In "Love Surrounds Us," a Tapestry of Faith program
Look for religious symbols around the congregation, photograph them, and display the photos.
Step One. Take participants on a tour around the congregation outside and inside and invite them to identify symbols they see. Photograph the symbols the children discover.
Step Two. Print the pictures in a uniform size to fit on the branches of the tree or on the mountain paths on your bulletin board.
Step Three. Cut construction paper frames an inch or so bigger than the photos you have printed.
Step Four. Give participants the pictures and the construction paper frames and have them attach photos to frames with rubber cement.
Step Five. Attach the pictures to your prepared bulletin board with push pins or staplers. Invite participants to tell you where they would like you to put the photos they have framed.
Look at the finished bulletin board together and process with these questions:
Make sure the areas you will tour and the location of the bulletin board you will use are fully accessible for your group.
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Last updated on Thursday, October 27, 2011.
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