In "Love Will Guide Us," a Tapestry of Faith program
Arrange a nighttime observation of stars.
It's important to take time to connect this activity to our identity as Unitarian Universalists. As the group observes the night sky, invite them to consider the science knowledge they bring to their observation and its influence on their concept of God. Process together with these suggested questions:
Practice what it means to be inclusive by addressing accessibility issues for people of all ages. Are there children, adults, and elders in the congregation who need assistance walking? Make specific arrangements for someone to help them getting to the sky watch location. Does anyone in your congregation have trouble seeing? Perhaps invite the children to describe what they witness to people who would welcome a verbal description of the night sky. Invite and welcome all.
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Last updated on Thursday, October 27, 2011.
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