In "Windows and Mirrors," a Tapestry of Faith program
Tell the group you will tell them a bit more about Charles Dickens.
Ring the chime (or other noisemaker), make eye contact with each participant and read or tell the story.
Sound the chime (or other noisemaker) again at the end. Use these questions to facilitate discussion. Make sure everyone who wants to speak has a chance.
Conclude by affirming:
Charles Dickens was a good observer, a creative writer and someone who did not believe poverty should be hidden. He used his talent for writing stories to help everyone see things that were not equal and not fair in his world.
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