Practical Ministry Skills
Ministry To Senior Adults
How to reach out to this growing demographic
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Senior adults are an important part of the church body. But unfortunately, they are often overlooked. These practical handouts equip leaders to form effective ministries to senior adults. You can use these handouts for a training session or to give individually to key people who work on outreach and events for older adults.

This Resource contains all of the following:

Senior Adults: Ministy's New Cutting Edge
Why your church needs a strong older adults ministry--and fast.

What You Need to Know About Seniors
Three points for your ministry to keep in mind.

Four Myths to Shatter
Senior adults want, need, and are capable of dynamic ministry.

Getting Better at Seniors Ministry
Five steps that will help you start or enhance a ministry to senior adults.

Serving and Being Served
Two ideas for bringing seniors into the center of church ministry.

How to Teach Senior Adults
Break through stereotypes to introduce change and create an effective class.

Overcoming the Age-Old Divide
These churches implemented ideas to integrate old and young in their congregations.

Ideas You Can Use Now
Eight ways you can help older adults without a change in the church budget.

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Topics:Adult education, Aging, Elderly, Generations, Old Age, Retirement
Filters:Seniors ministry, Shepherd, Spiritual director
References:Ecclesiastes 9:10, Psalm 90:10, Psalm 145:4
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