Leader Reflection and Planning, Workshop 3: Roots and Wings
In "A Place of Wholeness," a Tapestry of Faith program
Talk with your co-leader about the workshop. What do you think went well? What might you have done differently? Did you learn anything about your working relationship or how you lead an activity that would be important to note for future workshops?
Thinking about the content of the workshop, what did you find most surprising? Did the participants have any interesting reactions to the content? What would you like to learn more about?
If you are doing this program as a series, go over the workshop plan for the next workshop with your co-leader. Who will do which preparatory tasks? Is there any research you will need to do? If you have more or less time than the 90 minutes planned for in the workshop, which activities will you add or cut?
Faith In Action for Workshop 4, Theology of Love, is a great undertaking: creating a rainbow flag. It calls for many materials you will need to purchase and it will take more time than most Faith In Actions. Yet, it creates a wonderful opportunity for youth to partner with others in the congregation or their community to support the rights of GLBT people.
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Last updated on Thursday, October 27, 2011.
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