Our families are often where we first learn about our religious identities and values, and where we first find examples of how to interact with those who are different from us. In recognition of the important role of families, this program encourages active family involvement.
Each workshop has a Taking It Home section, addressed to participants, with resources, activity ideas, and further research suggestions for the youth, their family members, and their friends. Consider emailing Taking It Home to participants’ parents/caregivers after each workshop.
Many program activities can involve congregation and community members—for example, a panel, the interfaith service event, and most Faith in Action activities. When these opportunities occur, extend a special invitation to parents/caregivers.
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Last updated on Thursday, October 27, 2011.
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