Adventist Youth Honors Answer Book/Outreach/Ceremonies

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Ceremonies
South American Division

Outreach

Skill Level 2
Year of Introduction: 2012


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1. What are ceremonies and what is the main goal?

2. Describe the following ceremonies of a Pathfinder Club. State the goal, who is responsible to lead the program and in what occasions they are performed:

a. Opening

b. Induction

c. Investiture

d. Closing

e. Pathfinder Day

f. Council Fire

3. What are the prerogatives for granting the following emblems?

a. Class (level)

b. Neckerchief

c. Honors

d. Good Conduct Ribbon

4. What precautions should be taken regarding fire inside the temple (torches, pyre)?

5. How is a torch properly prepared? Mention the necessary materials, including fire safety with flammable material.

6. Mention a ceremony that can be done outdoors. Mention the plans you would make for such a ceremony.

7. Mention 6 fundamental points to have a quality ceremony.

8. Study the Sanctuary ceremonial service describe in Exodus and explain in detail what it was like.

9. Participate in the organization of an investiture or induction ceremony including:

  • The topic
  • A suitable location
  • Decoration
  • Revelation
  • Preparing the material beforehand
  • Choosing the music
  • A special music
  • Awards (if any)
  • Projecting the hymns and Pathfinder ideals (or passing them out in handouts)
  • Uniform inspection

10. In a camping trip, lead out in a council fire ceremony, being responsible for all the organization, from building the fire, to the recreation and devotional.

11. What is the job of a Master of Ceremonies?

A Master of Ceremonies (also used in its abbreviated forms MC or emcee) or compère is the official host of a staged event or similar performance. An MC usually presents performers or speakers, speaks to the audience, entertains people, and generally keeps the event moving. An MC may also tell jokes or anecdotes.

12. Explain what the slogan "a ceremony should be simple, short and worthy" means.

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