How is your church’s worship doing? Worship health gives an insight to the overall well-being of your church, and intergenerational worship plays an important role.


How is your church’s worship doing? Worship health gives an insight to the overall well-being of your church, and intergenerational worship plays an important role.

N.C. Baptists’ worship ministries strategist Kenny Lamm discusses the connection between worship health and church health with David Manner, executive director of Church Forward. In this first half of a two-part series, David Manner shares six suggestions to help create intergenerational worship in your worship service.

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Podcast Highlights:

  • “As we consider church health, I believe the health of a church’s worship might be one good vital sign to give us insight to the overall health of the church.» (2:35)
  • “I’m seeing so many churches today that perhaps originally divided their worship by worship preference or age divisions — kind of comes together a lot of times. But now we’re seeing over and over churches that see this great value of intergenerational worship where all generations are worshiping together in a very biblical model. And I really think that’s a sign of a healthy church.” (12:01)
  • “Intergenerational worship is only possible if our common ground when we come together is being willing to defer each other — deference instead of landing on that preference. And being willing to set aside my preferences because I’m deferring to you.” (15:49)

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by N.C. Baptist Communications