- One-on-one consultation
- Training and support in older adult ministries
- Resources that help establish or build older adult ministries
- Matching grant funding
- Local and district workshops
- Networking opportunities with other older adult ministry teams
“The righteous flourish like the palm tree, and grow like a cedar in Lebanon...
In old age they still produce fruit; they are always green and full of sap”
How can churches get ahead of this public health crisis in light of increasing reluctance of people to gather in groups of any size?
This question was posed by my friend, Dr. Richard Bergstrom, in his recent newsletter article “I’m thinking about giving up church for Lent”.
With increasing numbers of cases of coronavirus and the vulnerability of many, especially among the elderly and young children, it behooves church leaders to rethink how we worship and gather together and to begin cultivating community in creative ways.