Each month the women in my church get together for an activity. I think every good Relief Society activity has three components:
1- Spiritual thought
I asked a lady in our congregation to spend about 15-20 minutes talking about Satan’s tricks. Here are a couple of articles that I sent her that I thought would be helpful to consider as she prepares her thoughts: https://www.churchofjesuschrist.org/study/liahona/2017/digital/april/4-of-satans-best-strategies-and-how-to-resist-them?lang=eng
We decided that a powerful activity, instead of making a craft, would be for each sister to make a chocolate/caramel covered apple AND onion, each beautifully decorated to look scrumptious and desirable. She can then take the onion and apple home, and use it as an object lesson for her family: Satan makes bad things look good (like the chocolate covered onion). Personal revelation will help us know what is truly good, and what is not– because sometimes it’s SUPER hard to tell what is good verses evil.
3- Food and time to socialize
As people make their caramel apples and onions, they will have time to socialize. I usually try to keep activities to 90 minutes– then it’s not an overwhelming time commitment, but gives women time to be spiritually and emotionally uplifted.