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Activity 5: What is My Faith? (35 minutes), Workshop 2: Unitarian Universalist Journey

In "Harvest the Power," a Tapestry of Faith program

Materials for Activity

  • 12x18-inch sheets of construction paper for all participants
  • A variety of colored and textured papers, illustrated magazines to cut up, scissors (including left-handed scissors), glue and glue sticks, color markers and pencils

Preparation for Activity

  • Arrange work area so participants can share materials.

Description of Activity

Share this quote from religious historian William Cantwell Smith:

Faith at its best has taken the form of a quiet confidence and joy which enable one to feel at home in the universe.

Invite participants to reflect for a moment, then put aside words and create a representation of what enables them to feel at home in the universe. Tell them they will have 15 minutes to use the art materials to create a representation of their faith. When time is up, invite participants to share their creations and their meaning with the group.

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Last updated on Saturday, October 29, 2011.

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