In "A Chorus of Faiths," a Tapestry of Faith program
Participants hear from people of faith about interfaith work.
Tell the group you have invited a panel of people who do interfaith service or justice work; some are Unitarian Universalists and some are not. Brainstorm questions to ask panelists. Make sure to include the following:
Welcome the panelists, and ask each one to introduce themselves and share a little bit about their interfaith activities. Save at least ten minutes for discussion. Invite volunteers to ask the panelists questions from the earlier brainstorming or any new questions.
Thank the guests for their time.
Once the guests have gone, invite participants to reflect on the panel, using these questions:
You may wish to pass a cordless microphone between panelists so that participants can hear them better. Provide a microphone for participants' questions, and/or have a co-leader repeat each question before inviting the panelist to answer.
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Last updated on Thursday, October 27, 2011.
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