In "Love Will Guide Us," a Tapestry of Faith program
Our Unitarian Universalist beliefs come from the harmony of nature and the sacred circle of life.
Gather the children. Say, in your own words:
Today we talked about love coming from the same seed our universe came from. We talked about how love is like the North Star in the night sky—always there to guide us. Next time we meet, we will start learning about the Sources of our Unitarian Universalist faith. Each of the Sources helps us move with love, in the direction of love, just like the constellations can help a traveler find the North Star in the night sky.
If you wish to sing "Our Sources," distribute Handout 3 or indicate the newsprint where you have posted the lyrics. Teach/lead the song, with a musical volunteer if you have invited someone to help. Consider playing the music clip of "Our Sources" for the children to sing along.
Distribute Taking It Home and thank participants.
Save the Night Sky display and the handouts/newsprint to use next time.
At this age, children have a wide range of reading ability. Do not put individual children on the spot to read aloud.
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Last updated on Thursday, October 27, 2011.
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