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What if you went to the Congregation of the Awesome Answer or the Congregation of the Quantum Question? What would you see there? Help your group make a mural showing some of what you think you might find. Here are some ideas to get you started. (You can get more ideas by remembering what you have seen in your own congregation and other religious meeting places you have visited.)
Symbols: Some congregations have crosses, some have chalices, some have other symbols. What will yours have?
Special words on the wall: What will they say?
Fancy windows—maybe stained glass: What will they show?
Books: What will some of the titles be?
Pictures: What will they show?
The building where the congregation meets: What will it look like? Will it have a steeple? If so, what is on top of the steeple?
A sign out front with a brief message: What will it say?
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Last updated on Thursday, October 27, 2011.
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