By Janice MacLean, Godly Play Canada Trainer

Godly Play new logo

What is Godly Play? It is a way of being with children that deeply respects the spiritual needs of 21st century children. It is one of the recommended curriculum of The United Church of Canada. It is grounded in principles which can be applied to any curriculum or any engagement with children. (i.e children’s time, pastoral care, camps, or bed-time conversations.) It is increasingly used in adult studies or with young parent groups.

Want to know more?

DAY WORKSHOPS

Truro Area

Introductory Godly Play Workshop for Truro and area
When? Saturday, April 13th
Time? 9:45 – 4:00
Where? St John’s Anglican Church, 23 Church St. Truro, NS
Register by Friday April 10th with Janice MacLean at 506-536-1334 (ext 4) or email jmaclean@marconf.ca
Cost: $10 (includes snack refreshments); Bring your own lunch
Minimum registration is 10 participants

Saint John Area

Introductory Godly Play Workshop for Saint John Presbytery area
When? Saturday, April 20th
Time? 9:45 – 4:00
Where? St David’s United Church, 9 Gondola Point Rd, Rothesay, New Brunswick
Register by Friday April 12th with Alicia Walls, 506-847-7137 or by email: saintdavidsyouthminister@gmail.com
Cost: $10 (includes snack refreshments); Bring your own lunch
Minimum registration is 10 participants

 

CORE TRAINING

Rather than a residential weekend, we are offering Accredited Godly Play Core Training over three Saturdays. (May 4, September 14 & November 2)

We are now registering!  The cost would be around $325 for training (meals and training handbook included).
The location would be The Maritime Conference Centre, Sackville NB (unless the number of registrations from one area determine another or offering training in multiple locations.)

If you are interested in knowing more about CORE TRAINING and/or registering, please check out the information on this page: Godly Play Core Training

NORTH AMERICA GODLY PLAY CONFERENCE

June 19-22, 2013
Toronto, Ontario

Click  here to download the Conference Brochure