• June 10, 2020
    10:00 am - 11:30 am
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How can we create more meaningful experiences for our children and young families to help them build deeper connections? Children as well as the entire church body benefit from intentionally including all the generations in worship. Learn a range of worship activities that are designed to allow children to participate in the life of the congregation in a variety of worship settings – both virtually and in-person.

Families with young children are attending our churches less and less. Intentionally involving children in worship helps them have more ownership of their church, which can lead to greater faith development. Even if children are in the main worship service for only part of the time, these activities will help you involve both younger and older children in meaningful connection. Learn how to create authentic moments of worship to inspire both children and adults in your congregation!

Jamie Nace is a licensed minister in the Church of the Brethren and currently serving as the Director of Children’s Ministry at Lancaster Church of the Brethren. Jamie has also been teaching music for over 20 years. She has a Master’s degree in Music Education from Lebanon Valley College.