In "Toolbox of Faith," a Tapestry of Faith program
Further explore the metaphor of love, an aspect of Unitarian Universalist faith, through a familiar song that reinforces the value of friendship and the circle of cooperation and love.
If you are pressed for time, teach the group one or two songs, and then engage them in singing as they make Cinnamon Heart Ornaments in Activity 4.
Gather the group in a circle after the games. Introduce a song, if you are comfortable leading a song. Or try saying the song, "Make New Friends," as a spoken chant:
Make new friends but keep the old
One is silver and the other, gold.
A circle is round, it has no end,
That's how long you're going to be my friend.
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Last updated on Wednesday, October 26, 2011.
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