Godly Play at the 2018 Forma Conference!

Forma Annual Conference: Formed for Justice


January 24-26, 2018 in Charleston, South Carolina
Early registration rates end September 30th


Don’t miss two pre-conference Godly Play workshops with Center for the Theology of Childhood director The Rev. Cheryl V. Minor, PhD!

What’s Not Working? Troubleshooting the Growing Edges of your Godly Play Program

Wednesday, January 24th 9a-noon

Interested in expanding your program into the full curriclum (age 12)? Losing your patience at a critical moment every week? Wondering if your youngest circle is really getting it? Join other established programs to troubleshoot your program’s growing edges with children’s spirituality and Godly Play expert The Rev. Cheryl V. Minor, PhD. Modeling the theology undergirding the Godly Play method, this session will be participant driven and will address the specific concerns of the circle gathered–the wisdom of the circle is integral in the ongoing work of nurturing a Godly Play program.

Godly Play 2.0: New Stories, Curriculum Updates + Revisions

Wednesday, January 24th 1p-4p

With the second edition of The Complete Guide to Godly Play story volumes comes new stories, curriculum updates, and revisions that will strengthen every Godly Play program. Join contributing editor The Rev. Cheryl V. Minor, PhD, who works closely with Jerome Berryman as the director of The Center for the Theology of Childhood, to discover these important changes and poignant additions and to learn how to implement these curriculum changes in your new or established program.

The Rev. Cheryl V. Minor, Ph.D.

The Rev. Cheryl V. Minor, Ph.D. is the Director of the Center for the Theology of Childhood, the academic and publishing arm of the Godly Play Foundation. For the past eighteen years she has served a parish in the Diocese of Massachusetts, The Parish of All Saints’ Church in Belmont. Also a Godly Play Trainer and Foundation Education Committee co-chair, Dr. Minor has been deeply involved in designing US Godly Play training models.