From Wedding Rings to Nose Rings
Generational Differences in the Pews
Presented By Faith Roberts, MSN, RN, NEA-BC
Sponsored by the Lutheran Faith Community Nurse Association
Program Overview: Have you been wondering why some churches elect to rent a high school gym or area hotel for worship? Or why the front of the worship space is an electronic haven? For some, church attendance is a given for others it is "nice if you can make it".
At the time of this presentation worship is being done with up to SIX generations attending/ watching/listening. The world we live in changes continually as has attendance patterns and financial support of places of worship.
Understanding what defines each generation helps the practicing Faith Community Nurse (FCN) to support programming and services that speak to different age groups.
1. Define date spans of each generation presently in your congregation
2. Explore the styles of worship associated with traditional and contemporary faith groups
3. Discuss the impact of Covid on attendance, types of services offered by places of worship
DATE: October 10, 2023
TIME: 3-5 pm AKT, 4-6 pm PT, 5-7 pm MT,
6-8 pm CT, 7-9 pm ET
REGISTRATION FEE: $30 for LFCNA members/
$50 for non-members
Contact hours provided: 2.0
This activity has been submitted to Montana Nurses Association for approval to award contact hours. Montana Nurses Association is accredited with distinction as an approver of nursing continuing professional development by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation. To receive contact hours for this event, attendees must attend the entire event and submit a completed evaluation form.
While the primary audience for this event is Faith Community Nurses, non-members of LFCNA and non-nurses are welcome to attend. See the registration link below.
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