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Choose your favorite money-themed song. Workshop 1, Opening has suggestions.
Call to Worship
What calls us together in worship and what does it have to do with material wealth? It could be a poem or reading, possibly from The Wi$dom Path workshops or based on short snippets from participants' money stories shared in the program. Perhaps you can use the Call to Worship as an invitation to worship attendees to reflect on, discover, or even share their own money stories.
Introduction to The Wi$dom Path
Offer a brief description of The Wi$dom Path program. Include some key questions your workshop group explored.
Two or three members of the workshop group share their credo statements. Offer a diversity of voices and perspectives. You might separate the credo statements with music.
Work with your governing board, professional staff, or another appropriate group to propose an organization, project, or cause to which the worship offering will be given. Plan a brief explanation to introduce the offering.
Two or three members of your workshop group share their credo statements. Offer a diversity of voices and perspectives. You might separate the statements with music.
Joys and Concerns
Invite people to silently light candles of joy or concern, with a particular focus on money in their lives.
Look in the Closing words provided for each workshop of The Wi$dom Path.
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Last updated on Friday, November 22, 2013.
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