Cross+Generational Confirmation

Chosen Together: A Cross+Gen Confirmation Experience

 

Everyone a teacher. Everyone a learner. Everyone valued. Everyone chosen in Christ, together.

 

  • Have you been trying to shoehorn your confirmation program into a “one-size-fits-all” curriculum?
  • Do you have specific needs to address, or a unique format that you want to use in your confirmation ministry, but are not sure how available curricula can address them?
  • Do you want to move your confirmation ministry from the “right” answers to a ministry focused on building relationships within confirmands’ families and connecting them with the whole congregation?

Welcome to a new approach to confirmation! In partnership with the Rev. Natalie Gessert Hall, we are publishing Chosen Together: A Cross+Gen Confirmation Experience as a new approach to catechism instruction.  Chosen Together is more than a standard confirmation curriculum, it is a personalized approach to transform your confirmation program into an inclusive, flexible, relationship-building experience that will engage the confirmands, families, and entire congregation in the conversation.

With Chosen Together, everyone is a teacher, everyone is a learner, everyone is valued, and everyone is chosen in Christ together.

 

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Students, families, leaders, and the congregation participate in an unfolding conversation about Christian faith and life with this curriculum paired with a consultation with the writer.

 

Other Confirmation Products

Are you looking for a confirmation curriculum to teach the story of God in the Bible from creation through the early church? We have that too! Check out our Living the Word: Teaching Youth God’s Story product for more details!

Other Cross+Gen Products

Are you excited about cross+generational ministry? We publish three other cross+generational products, all in our Narrative Lectionary-based series, Living the Word: Teaching God’s Story.

 What is Cross+Generational Ministry?  |  What is Faith Formation?