What is Godly Play Scotland?
Godly Play Scotland is a non profit making, voluntary organisation which was set up in 2010, as a sister movement to Godly Play UK.
The aim of Godly Play Scotland is simply to support and inform those starting out in Godly Play or wanting to find out what it is all about.
If you have not come across Godly Play, the method is particularly suitable if you are looking for a different or complementary approach to Christian education. Although it was initially aimed at children, it is equally suitable for all age groups and in many different situations.
As Godly Play is radically different from traditional teaching methods and very effective, it is really difficult to describe its impact - much better to come and let us show you!
Alex Mackenzie and Margaret Grant (who has now retired) set up a Godly Play room and centre at Duddingston Kirk. The room, as with all Godly Play rooms, is a work in progress, with new stories being added often.
Godly Play Scotland has a travelling set of materials - so we can bring a Godly Play room to you on Discovery Days, and also a set of lending set of materials, so you can try out Godly Play in your own setting.
The official Godly Play UK website gives all the information you will need on Godly Play.
Meet the team
Our team are bringing Godly Play to many new churches and introducing Godly Play to environments like schools and care homes across Scotland.
Discovery Day Online - Session 1 - Sacred Story Saturday 24th April, 10:30am-12:30pm Sacred Story is the first of three 2-hour sessions that, along with the Parable and Liturgical Lessons sessions, are the online equivalent of a Discovery Day. For when you just can't wait for the in-person events to start again. The Sacred Story session includes hearing, wondering about and responding to one of the Old Testament Sacred Stories, followed by a chance for you to ask us some…Find out more »
Join us for a story, some wondering and some Godly Play chat ... from the comfort of your own home. You just have to bring your own cake ... and coffee or tea ... Yes, I'd like to come along ...Find out more »
There's a line of women, extending back to Eve ... amazing, remarkable, wonderful women. They are Queens, Girls on a Mission and Ladies who come from other places ... all with stories to share, to wonder about, to reflect on. Girls on a Mission is the second of the Lockdown Ladies sessions. The sessions, and stories, stand on their own, so if you would like to come along, but can't manage all three, just book what works for you. And…Find out more »