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Lesson #32 Dona Nobis Pacem Note: Some graphics will not appear in sample. - page 3 / 5

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While singing Dona Nobis Pacem the second time, draw the circle around the outside.

Practice drawing the peace sign  and speaking or singing the words several times.

Optional: Teach the second melody and see if the class members can improvise drawing a peace sign with that tune.  Do the same for the third melody.

Then:

Tattoo peace signs with markers on each other hand’s while singing.

or

Use small cake rounds to provide a circular cardboard template or cut a circle out of cardboard.  Cake rounds provide a nice white surface. With a pencil have class members draw on the back side of the circle, and create a peace sign.  Cut out the spaces with an X-acto knife and glue tissue paper over the spaces to create a stained glass effect.

Integration and Response:

The class will be planning for the Coming of Age service (if your program is offering the ceremony).  This is one type of song that could be used.  What kinds of songs do they like to hear when they are in a quiet mood? What kinds of hymns/music would they like to use for the service?

Closing Worship:

Light the chalice for peace. Read # 681, adapted from runes:

Deep peace of the running wave to you.

Deep peace of the flowing air to you.

Deep peace of the quiet earth to you.

Deep peace of the shining stars to you.

Deep peace of the infinite peace to you.

ADAPTED FROM GAELIC BLESSING.

Snack: Circular cookies to frost with the peace sign.

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