In "Building Bridges," a Tapestry of Faith program
Participants engage with a Pagan community.
Most of the engagement activities in Building Bridges direct the group to attend a worship service of another faith community. In this activity, the Pagan community comes to the group. See general suggestions on Engagement in the program Introduction, under Implementation.
Introduce the visitor(s). Invite them to give a presentation and conduct a short worship. After worship, open a question and answer session. You might seek a youth volunteer to facilitate this portion. If participants do not, ask the visitor(s) to describe the diversity among people who identify as Pagan and the relationship between Pagan and Neo-Paganism.
Thank the visitor(s).
Talk about the experience afterward, using these questions as starting points:
Thank the youth for their respectful participation.
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Last updated on Friday, November 15, 2013.
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