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Table Talk for Easter

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Estimated costs: £25
Suggested frequency: Weekly
Hosted by: Friends
Activity: Other
Author: uglyducklingcompany
Published: 11/01/2014

Description

Table Talk for Easter is a conversational game written by Joanne Cox and Paul Griffiths. The game explores six themes from the Easter story: hope, evil, justice, forgiveness, suffering and death.

A group of six to eight people gather around a table, maybe after some food or drink. Someone reads the two minute introduction for that discussions topic. 16 questions cards are placed on the table, anyone from around the table picks up one of the cards and posses the question to the group. Conversation flourishes for between 20 and 45 minutes.

Rationale

People today want an open conversation about what they and you believe. They do not just want to be told your beliefs. Table Talk creates space for us to have meaningful non-manipulative conversations with our friends.

Outcome

Great conversations are stimulated.

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