Spiritual Playdate is an inclusive, interfaith web-based program that supports fun, engaging, social, and emotional learning while building the bridges of acceptance through group “Playdates” in the home or elsewhere. Kids and their parents, teachers, or mentors discover their beliefs through a diverse framework of faith-based and spiritual resources that we provide, which cover a variety of topics including World Religion, The Golden Rule, Forgiveness, Gratitude, Love, Sacred Spaces, Spiritual Teachers, and more. In addition, we offer resources for interfaith and community outreach
Spiritual Playdate can also be used as a curriculum for youth organizations.
In light of the domestic terror attack on America’s seat of democracy on January 6th, 2021, Spiritual Playdate felt it important to address the events and support conversation with our kids.
Humans are pretty complex beings. There’s a lot that goes into making us into who we are! We can get
Bullying is so painful … for the targeted one and for the bully. And our 24-hour internet connected society has made
The internet, smartphones, Facebook, Snapchat, Instagram, Twitter — we’re connecting all the time, aren’t we? Well, not really. Even as we’re texting,
“That’s not fair!” It seems like a childhood mantra, and it can drive us a little crazy. But when we take a
What do you believe in? What thoughts and actions shape your life and give it direction? This is the foundation of faith
The boogie man under the bed and the monster in the closet aren’t the only terrors for our children these
It is not always easy to say “I’m sorry” or “I forgive you,” but the release of shame and blame can mean the difference between staying stuck and moving forward.
Does God exist? What is God? These are the most asked questions as both adults and kids explore faith. Is God a person? A
“Treat others as you would like to be treated.” Did you know that the Golden Rule is the one spiritual life
What does it mean when you say “Thank You”? In this Soul Talk we breakdown gratitude, what it means, how do you show it, how does it connect with happiness, and when you should be grateful.
We see depictions of Heaven and Hell in movies and on TV, in art, books, and music — they are
‘Holy Books and Sacred Texts’ explores the power that words have to guide us to a deeper spiritual connection. People
People of color, women, immigrants, the LGBTQ+ community, and the poor and homeless face daily (and often life-threatening) challenges all
Death can be one of the most difficult topics for grown-ups to broach with the kids in their lives. When we