Godly Play, like everything at Holy Communion, is taking a different shape during the “stay at home” order. Please email the Rev. Laurie Anzilotti to be invited into our weekly Godly Play story time gatherings for kids, and other ways for families to engage at this time.
Children are spiritual. They have incredible capacity to listen, wonder, and make meaning out of the biblical stories they hear. This is the foundation for Godly Play, our Montessori-based Christian formation program for children.
In Godly Play, we teach children the art of using religious forms of expression, including parable, sacred story, silence and liturgical action. These are tools for them to articulate and wonder about the relationship they already have with God.
Registration is not required for Godly Play. Simply bring your child to the downstairs classrooms on Sunday at 9:15am (From September to May).
Watch our parishioner (and accredited US Godly Play Trainer) Sally Thomas share a Parable using the Godly Play style of storytelling:
Adults and older children also have programming at the 9:00 hour. Check out this page for the upcoming Forum Series.
Children rejoin their parents at 10:25.