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Closing (3 minutes), Session 16: Look At Me, World

In "Amazing Grace," a Tapestry of Faith program

Materials for Activity

  • Copies of Taking It Home
  • Handout 1, Feedback Form
  • Pens or pencils

Preparation for Activity

  • Create a handout from Taking It Home that is specific to the activities used in this session.
  • Photocopy Handout 1, Feedback Form, one for each participant.

Description of Activity

Briefly summarize what you have done in this session. Hand out any Taking It Home activity suggestions you have prepared. If you have not already done so, return to participants any items they may have created in the course of Amazing Grace.

Note that this is the final session of Amazing Grace: Exploring Right and Wrong. Say you hope it has been both fun and helpful for the group, and that youth will always remember some of what they talked about and did, especially the ethics covenant they just made. Ask participants to take a few minutes to complete a feedback form on the entire program. Distribute copies of Handout 1, Feedback Form, and pens or pencils. After a few minutes, collect the forms.

If earlier you moved your chalice from its central position, retrieve it and re-light it without fanfare. Ask the group to sit and speak these closing words with you:

As we extinguish this chalice, may its light shine within so we may see the difference between right and wrong.

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Last updated on Wednesday, October 26, 2011.

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