If you've ever had the opportunity to attend an LDS Girl's Camp, you may have enjoyed a Faith Walk. I hadn't even participated in a Faith Walk until I went back to camp as an adult leader. The premise is that the girls are led in the evening time to various "stations" to meet with someone who will retell or share a faith-promoting story or experience.
To make the biggest impact, the girls are instructed beforehand, there is to be no talking during their walk. Additionally, only a handful of leaders or girls are given a lantern to carry. You want to make sure there is enough light to be safe, but dark enough to avoid distractions. Often times, our faith walks began at dusk.
Lanterns (like pictured above) may also be strategically placed along the walk to assist those on the journey. You could also make something like this ahead of time for the leaders to carry, or if preferred, one for each girl.