In "A Chorus of Faiths," a Tapestry of Faith program
Gather the group in a circle. Introduce yourself and invite participants to introduce themselves.
Ask a participant to light the chalice. Pass the hymnbook around the circle, inviting volunteers to each read a paragraph from "Strange and Foolish Walls," Reading 662 in Singing the Living Tradition. Remind participants that they may pass if they do not wish to read.
Say in your own words:
Welcome to A Chorus of Faiths. During our time together, we will build some of the skills we need to become interfaith leaders in the world. We will discuss the theological foundations that support us in doing interfaith work as Unitarian Universalists. We will hear about others who have done this work before us, and we will experience it for ourselves through a service project we will create together.
Invite participants to make and wear name tags.
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Last updated on Thursday, October 27, 2011.
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