Godly Play Core Training

Manly Uniting Church, West Promenade, Manly, NSW

Upstairs in Godly Play Room – entry via Eustace Street

An intense three-day course, in which participants are immersed in Godly Play practice, learn and tell a story for supportive feedback.

In this time two accredited trainers will work with the group to provide information and experience of the three genres of stories in Godly Play, the role of the storyteller, the role of the doorperson, the Godly Play space, materials, response time, spirituality of the child, forming and maintaining a respectful story circle community, the history and practice of Godly Play and much more.

The core training required to achieve accreditation as a storyteller/doorperson takes three days (a minimum of 21 hours training). All three days and each session must be attended to achieve accreditation.

Suitable for parish workers, teachers, chaplains and clergy, community workers, those employed in hospitals, age care or correctional services; and those hoping to use Godly Play in the life of their family.


Intensive three days –¬† Tues 17 July, Wed 18 July, Thurs 19 July
9am to 5.30pm daily

Numbers limited – register today

Numbers are limited so please email to register ASAP.
For the July training, registrations close 25 June.

Come with a friend

Please invite one or more colleagues or friends to come with you.
After the course it is great to have someone to share any new ideas and discuss what you might do differently



Please see Carolyn if cost is an issue – scholarships are available (for students, church volunteers, some part-time ministry positions, concessions, theology students, etc. )

Questions? To Register?

Questions? Expressions of interest? email Carolyn at caro.ruc@gmail.com

Download registration form for July 2018 : registrn-core-training-2018-july

Download scholarship application form : scholarship-form-gp-2018

Please send in your scholarship form with your registration form. We will advise you within a few days whether your application has been successful.


Carolyn Handley and
Kaye Lewis