Date(s) - 15/11/2019
12:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Diocese of Durham - Cuthbert House
We are greatly looking forward to welcoming Dave Csinos to Durham in November, who will be leading a session on intergenerational faith formation.
What does it really mean to foster relationships among people of various ages? What do we gain? What do we lose? In this workshop/presentation, we’ll explore just how countercultural it is to engage in intergenerational ministry, how our church structures often don’t offer enough opportunities for the generations to participate fully together, but how this can really create an environment in which every age group is considered the Church of today.
Delivery will be through presentation, discussions and Q & A. It is open to all but particularly for those in church leadership and those working with children and youth.
Cuthbert House. 12-3pm. Please bring own packed lunch. Drinks provided. Free. Places are limited so please book in good time.
Online booking or email Kate Martin firstname.lastname@example.org (Please note that this is on the 2nd day of the Lumiere festival in Durham so roads will be busy and some city centre roads will be closed)
David M. Csinos is Assistant Professor of Practical Theology at Atlantic School of Theology in Halifax, Canada. He also serves as founder and president of Faith Forward, an ecumenical organisation for innovation in ministry with children and youth. Dave speaks and writes widely about faith formation, children’s ministry, youth ministry, and culture. His books include Children’s Ministry in the Way of Jesus, Children’s Ministry that Fits, and the Faith Forward series.