Godly Play Training

Saturday 26 January 2019 – Monday 28 January 2019 (Australia Day Long Weekend)godlyplayaustralia02

 What is Godly Play?

Godly Play is a Montessori method of telling Bible stories, developed by Jerome Berryman, using parables, sacred stories and liturgical lessons about religious traditions using simple materials.It invites the listener to connect faith stories with personal experience through wondering questions and open-ended response. Godly Play is used extensively with adults and children in many settings, from schools to hospitals, churches to aged care facilities.  Godly Play can be a way of preparing children to join the worship life of their congregations as they experience sacred stories, symbols and rites and encounter the religious language associated with worship within the context of our faith tradition. This year we will be joined by Australian trainers Judyth Roberts and Brenton Prigge.

The cost for three days of training, including lunch and refreshments, is $450.

Dates and Times
Successful completion requires participants to be present for three full days. Sunday training is timed to enable people to attend worship on Sunday morning, but we recommend that (if at all possible) you are relieved of responsibilities at your church for that day. Here are the dates and times:
Saturday 26 January 2019, 9am-6pm
Sunday 27 January 2019, 11am-6pm
Monday 28 January 2019, 9am-6pm

There are two ways to register and pay.

1. Credit Card

To register and pay by credit card click here. This will collect your details and payments all at once.

2. Funds Transfer

To pay by funds transfer, please transfer funds to the account details below and put your surname in the reference box. You are welcome to pay in instalments, provided the total is paid by 7 January 2019. If you pay by funds transfer, you must send an email to [email protected] with your name, email address, phone number, and any dietary or special needs.
BSB: 706 001
Account No.: 3000 3427
Account Name: Darlington-Bellevue

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