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When I was the secretary in Young Women’s, a couple of years ago, I was asked to give the Christmas Lesson. I had no idea what to do! There were so many beautiful, spiritual ideas. I looked up a lot of great ideas on Sugardoodle and found some ideas for a silent Christmas lesson. From that, I created my own Young Women Silent Christmas Lesson.
I combined pieces of several different films along with different Christmas hymns, and some videos from mormon.org. The point of the lesson was for no one to talk. It was to be a time for reflection on the Savior, His birth, life, and His death/resurrection. To go along with the video, I created a booklet that had scriptures, quotes, thoughts, and prompts for the girls to follow along with the video. I also put a few places in the video with just a song, so they could take time to write their thoughts down in the booklet.
It was the first time I had ever been part of a lesson like that and the Spirit was very strong! I brought a small Christmas tree, LED candles, and some lights to put on the table. We had just one bank of lights on so the girls could see their booklets.
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