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Intergenerational Godly Play in various settings
Katie McGlew and Michelle Brown will share some experiences of sharing Godly Play in intergenerational settings, including in smaller groups and sharing Godly Play Large as part of worship. They will share the positives of their experiences as well as the challenges.
Peter Privett will guide us through Jerome Berryman's book, "Stories of God at home: A Godly Play Approach" considering what it means to approach God as a family, intergenerationally - whether that is as a family at home or as part of a church family.
There will be space in the webinar to wonder together about Intergenerational Godly Play. Katie, Michelle and Peter are looking forward to being in conversation with everyone as we work out together a way forward for sharing Godly Play in this way.
About Katie, Michelle and Peter
Katie McGlew lives in Edinburgh, and is a Godly Play Storyteller and Godly Play Scotland Advocate.
Michelle Brown is a Godly Play Trainer for Godly Play Scotland, who shares Godly Play with circles in Edinburgh and East Lothian. She is also a Family Worker for Portobello and Joppa Parish Church in the Church of Scotland.
Peter Privett is a Godly Play Trainer for Godly Play UK, working with Godly Play for the past 20 years. He is a retired Anglican priest.
Getting Ready for the Online Workshop
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