Trust Fall An Edge Night on Divine Mercy Sunday About this Edge Night The Edge Night begins with a Gather dynamic where teams race against one another, silently leading their blindfolded teammates to find an object and place it in a bucket. The Proclaim shares the story of St. Faustina and discusses what it means to accept and live God’s unending mercy. During the Break, the youth participate in a small group discussion and create a single decade of the rosary on which they can pray the Chaplet of Divine Mercy. The Send wraps up the Edge Night with everyone praying the Chaplet of Divine Mercy on the single decade of the rosary that they created. Goal of This Night The goal of this Edge Night is to prepare the youth for and explain the Church’s celebration of Divine Mercy Sunday. This Edge Night will provide the youth with an understanding of the feast and personal applications to their faith. Catechism # 396 - 409 # 1163 - 1165 # 1171 - 1173 # 1430 # 1434 - 1439 # 1846 - 1848 Scripture Matthew 6:9 -13 Matthew 9:10 -13 Luke 15:11 -23 Ephesians 2:4 -10 Romans 5:8 Key Concepts The Church uses a liturgical calendar that sets aside specific days and seasons to celebrate different parts of our faith. This week the Church celebrates Divine Mercy Sunday, a day that reminds us that Jesus died for our sins and wants nothing more than to reconcile us to Him. Accepting Christ’s mercy requires that we be mindful of our sins and trustingly ask God to forgive us and change our hearts. End of Free Preview Thanks for reviewing this Edge Night! If you would like the full version of this resource please sign in. If you are signed in and still can't download this resource, please contact parish support in the chat below.