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A Small Act
A Small Act: Faith-Based Resources are now available for your faith community!
If your church or synagogue is considering bringing A Small Act into your community, here's an excellent resource to help you take the discussion even further.
Auburn is proud to work Harambee Media to bring you A Small Act: Faith-Based Resources, tailored for both Jewish and Christian communities. This curriculum resource includes small group and large group discussion as well as sermon notes for your leadership. Consider screening A Small Act, then using the faith-based resource to inspire further study and discussion as well as sharing this with your faith leadership for use in preparation of their weekly message.
A Small Act: Faith-Based Resources is a free resource to help you go deeper into the meaningful conversation of A Small Act. For more information about how to coordinate the film screening in your community click here.
A Small Act Faith-Based Resources
How can your religious community be inspired by the power of small acts and how these actions help heal the world?
Call to Action
A Small Act can help your religious community:
•Form a committee to address issues how their small acts can make a differene within your local community and beyond.
To keep the conversation going around A Small Act, Auburn recommends:
• Screening A Small Act for youth and adults in your community.
Synopsis and Purchase Information
To learn more about A Small Act and how it can be a resource to your community click here.