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Introduction, Session 15: Witness for Justice: Public Signs of Our UU Values

In "Signs of Our Faith," a Tapestry of Faith program

Our lives begin to end the day that we become silent about the things that matter. — Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King

This session introduces public witness as a way to show one's faith by working for a just world.

The Faith in Action and Alternate Activities provide options for engaging children in direct public witness experiences. It is strongly recommended that you plan one or more events outside the sessions—if possible, the same day or week—where the children can support a congregational justice campaign through witnessing. Work with your Justice or Social Action Committee, and tailor the Faith in Action and/or one of the three Alternate Activities to provide this experience.

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Last updated on Tuesday, July 9, 2013.

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