In "Building Bridges," a Tapestry of Faith program
Youth reminisce about congregational experiences.
Display the material you collected. If you have credos to share, tell the group the original meaning of "credo," which is "set one's heart to." Your credo is what you set your heart to, not just what you believe or do not believe at this point.
If everyone agrees, create a game by posting credos and old photographs (of the youth as children) and asking participates to guess who wrote which credos and whose photos are posted. Let youth talk about their memories. Guide discussion with these prompts:
Take a group photograph. Plan to display it in a prominent place as a memento for each of the youth of their life in the congregation.
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Last updated on Wednesday, October 26, 2011.
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