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In "Amazing Grace," a Tapestry of Faith program
This activity allows youth to hear about the social justice work their own congregation has done or is doing.
Introduce your visitor to the youth, and ask for a brief description of the congregation's social justice activities. Let the youth ask questions; if they run out of questions, use the ones the group listed in Session 5. Ask about any activities that youth and their families might participate in, either as an Amazing Grace group, or individually. If the youth seem interested in any particular project, plan to build on those interests in future sessions. If your visitor has brought something for the group to do, be sure and allow time for that. Participants can do some tasks, such as stuffing envelopes, during the discussion.
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Last updated on Wednesday, October 26, 2011.
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