Our special Intergenerational Church School days intentionally take into account the fact that there are learners of different ages and experiences in attendance. The programs seek to teach to the hearts of everyone present.

Intergenerational teaching and learning benefits both adults and children. It provides opportunities for all generations to understand the material differently and benefit from another perspective. It is a unique opportunity for the young to learn from the old, and for the old to learn from the young.

Examples of past Intergenerational programs include: World Communion Bread Making, Advent Wreath Making, Advent Spiral, and Holy Week Walk.

While we would like to strongly encourage participation from people of all ages, United Parish Safe Church Policy requires that children be accompanied by an adult.

Upcoming Intergenerational Events

November 25, 2018 - 9:45am (Intergenerational Advent Wreath Workshop)
December 23, 2018 - 9:45am (Intergenerational Church School)

Latest Intergenerational News

Easter Eggstravaganza
Posted: Mar 21 2018 - 5:29pm

Join us for an Intergenerational Easter Eggstravaganza! Sunday, April 1 from 12:30-1:30pm starting in the Chapel. Children up to 3rd grade encouraged to bring their Easter baskets for the egg hunt! Walkers through 3rd graders are welcome to participate in the egg hunt and 4th-12th graders are welcome to participate in our Scavenger Hunt. Everyone of all ages is welcome to participate in the egg decorating in the Chapel. Questions? Please contact the Church Office at

"Fat Sunday" Pancake Dinner
Posted: Jan 22 2018 - 2:27pm

Please join us for a 'Fat Sunday' pancake dinner on Sunday, February 11 from 5:00-6:30pm in the Parlor! We have some United Parish gentlemen who have proven to be a pack of proficient pancake preparers. Come kick off your Lenten season with fun, fellowship and a delicious pancake dinner. Contact

Intergenerational Church School: Martin Luther King, Jr. Sunday
Posted: Jan 11 2018 - 5:13pm

Join us this Sunday, January 14 at 9:45am in the Parlor. It is open to all, and there will be music, food, crafts and fellowship. The program will be centered around Martin Luther King Jr. and holding up our prayers, concerns and questions about exclusion in current day. Contact