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Nurturing the Nurturers online workshop

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In this second online workshop, thinking about our Godly Play Practice, Joy Studer, Godly Play trainer based in Washington State, USA, will help us think about the ways we can nurture the team who are nurturing our circles.

In a world of keeping busy and serving others, volunteers often get drained, leave the program and avoid ever volunteering their time and skills again. How can we lift them up to better take care of their relationship with God while helping them maintain their passion for the important work they do in Godly Play classrooms? Learn how to nurture your team of volunteers to create a healthy and happy programme that will last.

The workshops are:

23rd April, 2am BST/22nd April 5pm PST – https://godlyplayscotland.makeplans.net/bookings/new?booking%5Bevent_id%5D=29322


29th April, 5pm BST/9am PST – https://godlyplayscotland.makeplans.net/bookings/new?booking%5Bevent_id%5D=29323

We are offering this presentation with no charge, but would ask that you consider making a donation of $10(US) to the Godly Play International Development Fund. When making your donation include the International Development Fund in the dedication field. You can do that by clicking here:


About Joy
Joy Studer, of Lake Stevens, WA, USA, has been sharing her passion for Godly Play since 2014. Helping grow programs at over 15 different locations she enjoys giving everyone an enthusiasm boost around their program and getting “back to our roots” of why we love Godly Play and why it works. 

Getting Ready for the Online Workshop

After you’ve booked your workshop, we will send you an email with the Zoom links within a few days and a reminder about an hour before the workshop begins – so you don’t need to go looking for the Zoom link in your email.

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