At its heart, “The Great Commission” (Matt 28:16-20) is a call to pass on the faith by making disciples who follow in the footsteps of Jesus. The Assembly of the Uniting Church responds to that call with a commitment to “encourage and resource deeper discipleship of UCA members, equipping them to participate in God’s mission.”
A key part of discipling is the way the Church nurtures and encourages children, youth and young adults within its family. We seek to resource the next generations of Christian faith by inviting younger people to join in God’s mission, equipping and releasing them to do so.
The Discipling the Next Generations Circle is an invitation to be involved with how the Assembly supports our next generation of leaders and to connect with others who are passionate about this space.
Open to everyone, Circle members will have the opportunity to learn more about and to participate in the ways we do this, including the creation of resources, developing intergenerational awareness in diverse settings and the initiation and support of national youth events.
The Advocate for the Discipling the Next Generations Circle is Steve Molkentin.
We asked Steve to share a little about himself.
Meet our Advocate
The Advocate for the Discipling the Next Generations Circle is Steve Molkentin. We asked Steve to share a little about himself. Just call me Molk (unless I’m in trouble – then it’s Steve Molkentin). What I’m doing now: Working for Queensland Synod as the Mission Officer (Generation Next), and leading our Digital Youth Discipleship program,
Dr Holly Allen Highlights
Nicole Mugford shares her highlights from the Embracing Intergenerational Ministry training led by Dr Holly Allen in Adelaide. Margret Mead – “The continuity of all cultures depends on the living presence of at least three generations.” This resonated with me because the conversation in the Intergen space is often aimed at the need to have