Tag Archives: Godly Play

New Godly Play Catalogue!

If you’ve been hiding under a Godly Play log, you might not have heard that Godly Play Resources has a new catalogue! It’s always so much nicer when you can actually see what you’re buying – or dreaming about buying. … Continue reading

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Response Time – Setting up the Altar

While reading a Catholic homeschooler’s blog, I was fascinated by her miniature mass kit. I saved up my pennies to buy it, wrote a script to introduce it, and I was met with complete indifference on Sunday morning in our … Continue reading

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The Seven Faces of Easter (Part 1)

We’ve been doing Godly Play for about 16 years at St. Philip’s, and in the beginning we tried every which way of acquiring materials. We made many – copying, coloring, and laminating parable items is fairly easy. Cutting felt is … Continue reading

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What It Means to Be an Episcopalian

When the good people at our church decided to begin a group they call “Soul-Journers,” they asked me if I would be first of the “wide variety of speakers [who] talk with us about various aspects of what it means … Continue reading

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browniesmoke? The secret is out…

Last summer, with some rainy days and free time on my hands, I created a blog, experimentally. I wrote several terrible blog posts, badly imitating several of my favorite bloggers. And no one read it except for the ones who … Continue reading

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Our Godly Play Transitional Shelf

I am a rule follower. When Jerome Berryman explains how to set up a Godly Play classroom, I make careful notes and line everything up and frustrate myself no end that I don’t have matching shelves and a big rectangular … Continue reading

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So on my morning walk…

When I’m in Montreat, walking the four-footed child is on my to-do list. I am not imaginative about this; we generally have two options. We either walk around Lake Susan (same direction, always) or take the slightly longer walk across … Continue reading

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