Godly Play:

- is a creative, imaginative approach to Christian formation and spiritual guidance.

- values process, openness, discovery, community and relationships.

- models the worship life, stories, symbols and rituals of Christian congregations.

- Godly Play nurtures participants to larger dimensions of belief and faith through wondering and play. 

Got questions?  Phone 328-4304.  We would be happy to help!


Godly Play website

Dear God - Prayers for Young Children

Sermons4kids - Fun Weekly Lessons

Children Learn through Experience

Using their Five Senses!

Through Godly Play the children are given an opportunity not only to listen to a story, but to see it unfold before their eyes.  They may handle the story items afterwards, run their fingers through the dessert sand, and imagine what it would be like to live through the Bible story they have just heard.  They also experience a 'feast', juice and a cracker, which models the Eucharist.

 Each year, as the children grow older, they hear the stories and wonder about them at a deeper level!

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Helping children learn through the senses!

Thank you to our dedicated teachers (storytellers), who are greatly loved by our chidlren! 

We currently have two faithful storytellers, Lesley Anthony, and Ann Tait, who are spreading their love for God to the children!  We miss Andrea Boomer, another dedicated storyteller, who was with us for several years teaching Sunday School and has moved on to another parish.  Thank you, Andrea, Lesley and Ann, for your years of dedicated service.


Recognition of 30 Years of Faithful Service

Ann Tait - a dedicated teacher

Ann Tait has been teaching Sunday School for over 30 years, and spent the last 10 years as Superintendent.  She stepped down from that role in  May 2019, but has continued as a Godly Play Storyteller.  Her passion for working with children continues!

Our congregation and Sunday School recognized Ann at a special service in May 2019.

"Well done, good and faithful servant!  Matthew 25:23


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