Learning Programs & Activities designed
for Intergenerational & Family Faith Formation
All Resources Are Free for Church Use
In the early 2000s I worked with my colleagues Mariette Martineau, Leif Kehrwald, and Joan Weber to develop a model of intergenerational learning that could be used for all ages (intergenerational) and family faith formation. (The process is described more fully in the book Intergenerational Faith Formation by Mariette Martineau, Leif Kehrwald, and Joan Weber. Twenty-Third Publications, 2008).
The four of us worked together to create dozens of intergenerational learning programs on a variety of faith themes for churches to use in intergenerational and family faith formation programming. These newly revised programs are now available for free on the Intergenerational Faith website. See the listing of the sessions below.
The learning model used in each program incorporates the following activities:
All churches have permission to download, print, and adapt the materials for their use. Permission is given to use these materials in print and digital formats (websites, newsletters, social media) for educational purposes only. The learning session comes in a PDF and a Word file; handouts are in Word files. Use the Word files to adapt the materials for your use.
If you have questions or need assistance, please contact me, John Roberto, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To learn more about intergenerational learning, download the articles below.
The Learning Programs
For the contents of each program go to the Program Overviews page (from the left menu).
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