Connecting with Families during Lockdown
Tash Gellert, Coordinator of Little Lambs Playgroup in Lara, has written up an account of how the playgroup team has been helping families stay connected to the playgroup while the playgroup hasn’t been able to meet in the normal way. For inspiration and the nitty-gritty of what they have done, read on here: Connected in Lockdown
Cake in a Mug Devotional – Tasting God’s Goodness
We enjoyed making and eating our cake in a mug as part of our 2020 AGM celebrations that we thought it would be a great idea to share for wider use. Download our generic version here: Cake in a Mug Devotional
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The 2020 CPN Member’s Guide includes
- the CPN purpose and vision statements and also a brief description of our history
- some of the ways you are resourced and supported through your annual membership
- an updated list of the CPN team so you can contact us anytime
- some thoughts and ideas to help you think about how your playgroup can be intentional in being a place where your playgroup families have connected with your church and where they feel they belong; and where families can grow into an even deeper sense of belonging—to the playgroup, the church and to God. Why not work through these ideas with your team over the next year?
Training your team
Looking for some great content to do some training sessions around making playgroup more effective in mission? These Training videos from NSWACT Baptists are full of inspiration and practical wisdom, especially the following, narrated by CPN member Yvette Wynne:
13. Setting the culture
14. Why we mission
15. How and Why of mission
Given the deep-seated commitment of many playgroups to living justly in our neighbourhoods, Stacey Wilson, Intergen Staffer, suggests ways for groups to embody God’s call to justice: Just Playgroup?