In "Harvest the Power," a Tapestry of Faith program
Ask for volunteer(s) to read the handout(s) aloud. If you have decided to offer a choice, ask two readers to read the two handouts.
Invite participants into a time of silent reflection focusing on the freedom and responsibility inherent in "choice." Tell them that after two minutes, they will be invited to work silently to create a collage that represents their response to the handout and to their own freedom and responsibility to make choices.
Allow participants to work for about 20 minutes in silence. Then, invite participants to form pairs to share their creations with another person.
Be sure the art materials are within the reach of all participants. If any participant has a visual or mobility impairment that precludes their participation in a collage-making activity, use Alternate Activity 2.
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Last updated on Saturday, October 29, 2011.
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