- Richard and Alex spent the last few days in a very snowy Aviemore with a Godly Play Scotland stand at the Deep Impact conference. We’ve been to conferences before, but this time we decided to do something a little different to give people an idea of what a Godly Play space might look and feel […]Read More
- Godly Play Scotland is delighted to announce that we have two new accredited Trainers – Michelle Brown and Richard Knott. Michelle and Richard have been on this journey for over a year – reading about Godly Play, telling stories, wondering, working through response. Now they are on their way back to Edinburgh having completed the […]Read More
- Circle (network) meetings – an optional extra? Not for me! I came off the planning group nearly a year ago, and from being deep in the thick of planning, organising and presenting, I’m now for the most part just working away in my own small corner like most of you. And I’m realising how important […]Read More
Some of the Godly Play materials you have to buy, others you can borrow and the rest you can make.
Materials Days are all about making your own materials.
We'll supply quality, basic, raw materials (mdf and plywood tiles, foamcore, images) and the tools (glue, sandpaper, craft knives) you need to use to allow you to make your own Godly Play storytelling objects. There will be experienced crafters and makers available to advise and help you with your endeavours.
Making Materials days are pretty busy, with people making different things, and there is usually lots of Godly Play chat and networking and not nearly enough coffee drinking.Find out more »
Would you like to find out about Godly Play? If you do, then this Discovery Day gives you the opportunity to experience a full Godly Play session for yourself, to find out about the different stories, have a close look at the storytelling resources and find out how you might start your own Godly Play journey. The cost for the day is £15 and includes refreshments and lunch. Book here ...Find out more »