All ages are engaged and shocked at the unequal distribution of wealth in the world as they take part in the illustrative world-wide banquet. This social experiment provides a compelling new perspective & exponentially increases a sense of gratitude. The processing discussion includes a skit, small group real life poverty "family scenarios," an explanation and examples of the two feet of social justice, personal sharing, and practical application for social justice teachings.
Students grow in gratitude and appreciation for their access to resources and leave encouraged and challenged to make the most of their privileges by contributing their talents.
Students of all ages more deeply understand our call to living out the Gospel message when they feel and see the "injustice" of this meal.
Lent is a phenomenal time to host a banquet for an intergenerational congregation. it inspires and compels generosity for all ages.
There is injustice in the world.
Who will help those living in poverty?
Who will work for justice?
It's JUST US.