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How Millennials and Gen Z are Changing the Church

Dates & Time: 
Fri, May 3, 2019 - 09:00 am to Tue, May 7, 2019 - 09:00 am

Ministry to and with the Next Generations: How Millennials and Gen Z are Changing the Church

A week-long seminar for ministry professionals. 

This application-based seminar is designed for ministry professionals who minister to and with those in the “Millennial”  and "Gen Z" age range (18-35 years old). Parish pastors, worship leaders, campus ministers, and other curious people are all welcome to apply. Each day will include a particular focus on working with millennials and Gen Z. On the final day, participants will present their “action plan” for how their work in their context will be different as a result of participating in the seminar.

This seminar will be directed by Calvin College Chaplain Mary S. Hulst and Calvin College Associate Chaplain for Worship Paul S. Ryan. [Read more].

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Calvin College  Grand Rapids, Michigan

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