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Workshop 9: Faith for the Journey

Workshop 9: Faith for the Journey
Workshop 9: Faith for the Journey

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  • Faith is the bird that feels the light when the dawn is still dark. Rabindranath Tagore "Faith," a word we use in religious language, can...
  • ACTIVITY MINUTES Opening 5 Activity 1: Ruby Slippers 25 Activity 2: Mystery and Faith 25 Faith in Action: Fun and Fundraising 30 Closing 5...
  • In today's workshop, you will use the movie The Wizard of Oz as a vehicle to discuss life journeys and the lessons they teach us. What has...
  • Materials for Activity Chalice and matches Description of Activity Use the Opening designed by your group or the one provided below. Gather...
  • Materials for Activity Newsprint or a dry erase board and markers Description of Activity Participants explore notions of a spiritual quest...
  • Materials for Activity Handout 1, " The Ancient Sage ," by Alfred Lord Tennyson; and Handout 2, " Finders Keepers ," by Patrice Vecchione...
  • Materials for Activity Chalice Singing the Living Tradition Description of Activity Use the Closing designed by your group or the one...
  • With your co-leader, discuss which activities were successful and which ones were less so. Follow up on anything you need in order to...
  • Materials for Activity Newsprint and markers Preparation for Activity Optional: Visit Donors Choose and research possible projects to...
  • Materials for Activity Journals and pens or pencils Newsprint or dry erase board and markers Description of Activity Participants craft...
  • Materials for Activity Journals and pens or pencils Description of Activity Prompts that you read to participants spark individual...
  • Materials for Activity Journals and pens or pencils Description of Activity Participants review their journals and complete unfinished work...
  • Faith is the bird that feels the light when the dawn is still dark. Rabindranath Tagore DURING TODAY'S WORKSHOP... We discussed Dorothy's...
  • Alfred, Lord Tennyson (1809-1892) This is an excerpt from the poem "Ancient Sage" Thou canst not prove the Nameless, O my son, Nor canst...
  • by Patrice Vecchione, from Faith and Doubt (New York: Henry Holt, 2007) Just what can be found with eyes open? $10,000 in coins, anyway...
  • Alfred, Lord Tennyson is a famous Victorian poet. A short, online biography can be found at The Literature Network .

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