10am for 10:30 at the Godly Play Scotland Centre, Duddingston Kirk Manse. Come for tea, coffee, cake, a chat ... Come to borrow or return materials ... and to hear and wonder about a Godly Play story. Everyone is welcome, no need to book, just come along.Find out more »
An opportunity to experience a Godly Play session for yourself, to find out about different stories and have a closer look at our storytelling resources. Find out how you can start your Godly Play journey. The cost for the day is £15 and includes refreshments and lunch. Book here ...Find out 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 »
7pm for 7:30 at Old Saint Paul's on Jeffrey Street. Come for tea, coffee, cake, a chat, to borrow or return materials, to hear a Godly Play story and wonder. Everyone is welcome, no need to book, just come along.Find out more »
The Godly Play Storyteller (and Door Person) Accredited Training is designed to give people a better understanding of both the theory and practice of Godly Play. The course explores each of the main types of story – sacred, parables and liturgy. It concentrates on the core stories that people usually tell at the beginning of their Godly Play journey. Alongside the stories and wondering, are workshops that explore the theology and theory behind Godly Play. There is a mixture of…Find out more »
"Spiritual well being - belonging to a community in which we can be ourselves and our story is valued - where our feelings and emotions, our search for meaning and purpose, our sense of awe and wonder, our creativity, our beliefs and our relationships are supported." Stories for the Soul is person-centred spiritual care for older people and for those living with dementia. Stories for the Soul is based on Godly Play - developed from a three year project to…Find out more »