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Bibliodrama..

is a whole person experience of engaging with sacred texts;

using

Body,

Mind

and

Soul

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What is Bibliodrama?

Bibliodrama can be described as the engagement of the whole person; mind, body, senses and soul (however one might want to understand ‘soul’) with texts of scripture or themes in ways that take us deep into their meaning and implications and their interaction with our lives as individuals and individuals in community.

The Network

is one of people from a variety of backgrounds who share an interest and involvement in the practice of Bibliodrama. It exists to encourage the exploration of Bibliodrama within and between different faith communities in the UK. It is part of the European Bibliodrama Network (EBN). Members work cooperatively with  the EBN and regularly participate as leaders and participants in the annual EBN Congress.  

Get Involved

The network is always open to new members either with experience in Bibliodrama or newcomers, it doesn't matter.

Click below for more information.

European Bibliodrama Network

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Participants in the 2018 Congress in

Batschuns, Austria

The 2019 European Bibliodrama Network Congress will take place in Scotland at the Findhorn Foundation from August 31st to September 4th.

For more information go to the Congress page here