How are young Christians expressing their faith?
12 Feb 2020
How are young Christians expressing their faith?

Americans may be less inclined to attend religious services than in the past, but faith is still a core part of everyday life. How are churches adapting their spaces and outreach efforts to stay relevant to Gen Yers and Zers? And how are young worshipers combining their social and spiritual values?

Tori Goebel

Tori Goebel is the communications director for Young Evangelicals for Climate Action and the Evangelical Environmental Network. She previously led digital strategy for an advertising agency and served as the communications manager for an educational organization. She is currently studying for a master's degree in environmental law and policy at Vermont Law School.

Alisha Lola Jones

Alisha Lola Jones is an assistant professor in the Department of Folklore and Ethnomusicology at Indiana University. She is a council member of the Society for Ethnomusicology, American Musicological Society, and co-chair of the Music and Religion Section of the American Academy of Religion.

Natascha Nanji

Natascha Nanji is an artist and writer with a background in Anthropology and Fine Art. She contributes to art journals, museums and tech agencies and works with arts organisations to enhance their digital systems and communications. Natascha studied cultural criticism at the Royal College of Art and is co-editor/publisher of LAY IT ON THICK, a literary magazine orbiting themes around desire and erotics.