In "Moral Tales," a Tapestry of Faith program
Show the children where you have posted the opening words. Teach them by saying or singing each line slowly for the children to repeat, then inviting them to join you in saying or singing the line together. If your opening words are a song, you might say the words first, and then add the tune.
You may wish to use this adaptation of Reading 418, Singing the Living Tradition:
Come into the circle of love and friendship.
Come into the community of justice and goodness.
Come and you shall know peace and joy.
When the children seem ready to say or sing the opening words with you, recite or sing them together.
Extinguish the chalice.
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