Posts Tagged ‘intergenerational’

The Faith Project: Our stories

The Faith Project is an exciting, challenging and uniquely Anglican youth initiative. Hear some of the stories of young people sharing about their own 'Faith Project' journeys, and how it shaped their faith.
The Faith Project creator, Jocelyn Czerwonka, shares... See more

The Faith Project: Welcome to The Faith Project

The Faith Project is an exciting, challenging and uniquely Anglican youth initiative.
The Faith Project takes young people on a journey that will grow their Christian faith and their confidence to step out and do the things God put them on this planet for. With the support of a mentor, they... See more

Recommended Resources: Faith Talk Triggers

Contributed by: Anglican Youth Ministries, Diocese of Auckland

Faith Talk Triggers are a great way to start God-centred conversations with intermediates and teenagers.
The cards have fun 'would you rather' openers, and cover 40 different topics including reputation, peer pressure, forgiveness and many more.
They are easy to use to start up... See more

Christmas & Easter: A Lenten Pathway

Contributed by: Rev. Jemma Allen, Diocese of Auckland

The Lenten season can be thought about as us accompanying Jesus on his journey to the cross, or as a pilgrimage of preparation for celebrating Easter. Making a physical pathway for Lent can help make a visual focus for this idea.
The idea is to move along the pathway, Sunday by Sunday, denoting... See more

Christmas & Easter: Burying the Alleluia

Contributed by: Rev Jemma Allen, Diocese of Auckland

In many churches it is the tradition to abstain from saying or singing ‘Alleluia’ during Lent. Lent is a solemn season and we ‘save’ the word 'Alleluia' for our resurrection rejoicing.  'Burying the Alleluia' is an acitvity which can be done during a service... See more

How To: Inspiring and Enthusing Youth in Your Services

Contributed by: Diocese of Nelson

A 10 course buffet of ideas to help your church services inspire and enthuse the youth - through visuals, involvement, prayer, worship and more.
How does the room look and feel?

  • Is this a youth friendly space? Is it comfortable and inviting? Is it warm? freezing... See more

Social Events: Family Photos

Contributed by: Carol Trotter, Diocese of Christchurch

This photo challenge will get your group working together and thinking creatively! Based around song titles and sayings, this is a great intergenerational activity - perfect for a church camp (but it works equally well with a youth group). Print these Instructions which contain the following... See more

Mentoring & Discipleship: Mentoring Young People

Contributed by: Phil Trotter

Mentoring Young People is a practical guide for training adults to be mentors. This manual covers the mentoring process from start to finish, and includes the purpose of mentoring, questions to ask during sessions, and safe practices.
Prepared by Phil Trotter, following a request by young... See more

How To: 20 ways to engage young people

Contributed by: Brad and Claudia Wood, Diocese of Nelson

20 practical ways to engage and excite young people with the Gospel...
Nelson Anglican Youth have come up with twenty simple, practical and honest ways that will get people excited about engaging with teenagers and the gospel.
1. Start with who you have.
Invest into the young people... See more