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In "A Place of Wholeness," a Tapestry of Faith program
The Welcome Words are meant to set the stage for the workshop and spark conversation before the workshop begins. The Welcome Words for today are a quote and questions.
I walked through my house in the dark, found my piano, and that was my prayer: May I not drop out. It was not written, but prayed. I knew more than anything that I wanted to continue in faith with the movement. — Carolyn McDade, about the night she wrote "Spirit of Life"
Questions: Do you pray? If you do, what is your prayer? If you do not, in what way to you see yourself as spiritual?
As participants arrive, invite them to personalize a journal, review and/or add to their journal based on the Welcome Words posted, or informally discuss the Welcome Words. Orient visitors and first-time participants to the program and getting a sense of what brought them today.
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Last updated on Thursday, October 27, 2011.
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