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Learning Objectives, Session 15: Mohammed

In "Creating Home," a Tapestry of Faith program

Participants will:

  • Use a labyrinth to take a guided, inward journey
  • Practice seeing things differently
  • Learn about the prophet, Mohammed
  • Practice cooperation and problem solving skills
  • Learn about the poet, Rumi
  • Learn about Islam as a religion defined by beliefs, practices, and history
  • Discover a way Unitarian Universalism connects to Islam as a source
  • Optional: Interpret poetry with acting and movement
  • Optional: Build a timeline of their faith home and their families' participation in it
  • Optional: Use their own articulated, positive experiences of their faith home to communicate about your congregation to newcomers and visitors
  • Optional: Reinforce their understanding of parallel functions of a faith home and a family home

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Last updated on Friday, May 17, 2013.

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