The Bread of Life program is spoken words and music that explore various aspects of the atonement through stories of "bread" throughout the Bible. The program explores the purpose of our trials and how Christ heals, comforts, and sustains us through them. The program is intentionally non-denominational.
Our Relief Society's theme this year is temples and our goal is to renew our temple attending efforts. For our March Relief Society birthday celebration, we are having a light dinner followed by this program that celebrates the birth of the Relief Society as well as Relief Society and it's connection with Holy Temples. In addition to the script, we will have a special musical number ("I Love to See the Temple") and our bishop will give his testimony of temples at the end.
Hi , I have been asked to do a 45 minute workshop at our next stake Rs meeting (in a couple of weeks). My topic is simplifying and balancing life and choosing the better part ie good better best. Does anyone have any fun ideas because I didn't just want to get up the front and lecture for the whole time. A interactive workshop would be more what I had in mind. Please help as I was supposed to be assisting someone but now the responsibility has fallen to me! Arggggghhhhh.
We had sisters in our ward share their salsa recipes, make and bring salsa for eating, and even learned how to salsa dance. One sister demonstrated her salsa making skills and we had a pinata at the end to break with some yummy candy inside.
We compiled a slide show of the skits of the RS history found on-line with a slide show. We showed if for the celebration of the birthday this year, but it really could be used any time. It was a big hit!
This is a great activity for the fall. We chose to have this at one of the sisters homes. I'm attaching the Info sheet, a flier you can use, and the name cards we used for one of the activites. This evening was a lot of fun, it helped us get in the mood for all the Fall holidays.