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Next Gen . . . What? Who? When? Why?

In our society, we are more often separated by the very things that God wants to see unified; all ages and stages becoming like Christ together for the world. Next Gen Ministry is about doing just that! It is not a new trendy phrase, it is a Biblically based model that is throughout scripture and that Christ showed us through His life on this earth. It is not a new program, it is an exciting reminder that we are here to love God, love others; serve God, serve others. We hope you will be part of this life changing reality!

What is ‘Next Gen’ Ministry? It is the church and the family working together to raise the next generation in the faith.


Intergen Sunday Study:

“Our intergenerational SS Class has been one of the most life-giving and energizing fellowship groups I have ever been a part of, largely because of the rich perspectives that come when believers of all ages and stages honestly share with each other. Our summer study was kind of like a ‘store front’ approach, inviting all to come and join us. Love it!” Dan Wright

This study is for children in 4th through 12th grades and adults. We use The Gospel Project curriculum which is a chronological from Genesis to Revelation over the course of three years. It is an interactive and casual atmosphere where the generations learn together and questions are welcome!

Join us in Room 310 Sunday mornings at 11:00am

For more information contact Melissa Ciavarella:

An amazing Psalm of encouragement:  

My people, hear my teaching;
    listen to the words of my mouth.
I will open my mouth with a parable;
  I will utter hidden things, things from of old
things we have heard and known,
    things our ancestors have told us.
We will not hide them from their descendants;
    we will tell the next generation
the praiseworthy deeds of the Lord,
    his power, and the wonders he has done.
 He decreed statutes for Jacob
    and established the law in Israel,
which he commanded our ancestors
    to teach their children,
so the next generation would know them,
    even the children yet to be born,
    and they in turn would tell their children.
Then they would put their trust in God
    and would not forget his deeds
    but would keep his commands.

Psalm 78:1-7