Congregations are one of the last intentionally intergenerational communities. Every week, all ages gather in our building for spiritual exploration and justice-making, but often end up in our own circles. And even when we do mingle, are we cultivating relationships of depth and meaning? Today, we explore the ‘hows’ of building beloved community across the generations.
“Opening Words”, Rebecca Laverdure:
“Stories Across Generations”, Dante Flores, Ellen Saunders Duncan, Jean Cannella and Elena Slusser:
“To Know As We Are Known”, Rev. Lydia Ferrante-Roseberry: