WORKSHOP I  
LEADER: TREVOR LEONARD ENGEL  
TITLE: What the water gave me! 
TEXT: John 4, 1-15  
DATE: 16th March and 11th May 2021  
TIME: 18.00 – 19.30 Paris Time  
NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS: 8 persons  
DESCRIPTION OF THE WORKSHOP: The beach is scattered with archaeological artefacts. As you search, the mind becomes full of  colours, textures and shapes, the sounds of water lapping against pebbles, footsteps on gravel. This dynamic environment provides an ideal  opportunity for learning. People are capable of creating realities by first imagining them, by experiencing them in their minds and later sense the  possibility of a more desirable world. We explore the prescribed biblical text, as we seek to discover the teaching techniques of Jesus and what  role he plays in bringing about change.  
LANGUAGE: English  
LEADERS PROFILE: 
Trevor Leonard Engel – Bibliodrama Facilitator; Drama-Therapy; Dramatic Arts Educator; Diploma in Theology; BA(Hons.) Religious Studies;  MPhil. Ancient Cultures; National Teachers Diploma-South Africa.  
CONTACT: Trevor Engel: engel.bonn@web.de  

WORKSHOP II  
LEADER: BEPPE BERTAGNA  
TITLE: Give me that water!  
DATE: 25.03.2021 and 22.04.2021  
TIME: 20.00 – 22.30 Paris Time  
NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS: 25 – 30 persons  
DESCRIPTION OF THE WORKSHOP: The workshop offers a Biblical itinerary about a New Testament History through Classical  Psychodrama.  
LANGUAGE: Italian / Spanish.  
LEADERS PROFILES: 
Beppe Bertagna is a Jesuit and psychotherapist; he works with young people in training courses and clinical intervention.  CONTACT: Beppe Bertagna: bertagna.b@gesuiti.it +39 329 4437101 

WORKSHOP III  
LEADERS: BRUNO FLUDER & DONAT OBERSON  
TITLE: Do we understand what we see? Passion and resurrection  
TEXT: 1st session: Lk 18, 31-34; 2nd session: Jn 20, 11–18. 
DATE: 29.03 and 26.04. 2021 
TIME: 18.30-21.30 (both sessions) Paris Time  
NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS: max. 16 persons, who experienced live bibliodrama at least once.  
DESCRIPTION OF THE WORKSHOP: 1st session: Lk 18.31-34. The third announcement of the passion. We will hear together a piece of  music from J.S.Bach’s Passion and we will reflect about the question: What makes me suffer?  
2nd session: Jn 20.11-18. Mary Magdalene meets Jesus after his resurrection. He says: Don’t touch me. (it is reminiscent of the corona time…)  But he touches Mary by saying her name.  
LANGUAGE: Understanding and speaking ”bad English”.  
LEADERS’ PROFILES:  
Donat Oberson – social worker, theologian and bibliodrama leader.  
Bruno Fluder – musician, theologian and bibliodrama leader.  
CONTACT: Donat Oberson: donat.oberson@bluewin.ch  

WORKSHOP IV  
LEADERS: ANJA STIEGHORST & MICHAEL MARKERT 
TITLE: Tasting the Daybreak  
TEXT: You will get more information short before the Workshop.  
DATE: 14th and 21st April 2021  
TIME: 18.00-21.00 (both sessions) Paris Time 
NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:8 – 14 persons  
DESCRIPTION OF THE WORKSHOP: Bibliodrama_Online Workshop after Easter. The workshop includes two meetings via Zoom and a  task in the days between the meetings.  
LANGUAGE: English  
LEADERS’ PROFILES:  
Anja Stieghorst – Bremen-Germany, Protestant Deacon/Pedagogue, Bibliodramaleader (GfB).  
Michael Markert – Leipzig-Germany, Pastor, Bibliodramaleader (GfB).  
CONTACT: Anja Stieghorst: anja.stieghorst@kirche-bremen.de 

WORKSHOP V  
LEADERS: YAEL UNTERMAN & PETA PELLACH  
TITLE: Faith and Doubt  
TEXT: Texts from Hebrew Bible and New Testament.  
DATE: 18TH April 2021  
TIME: 15.00-17.00 Paris Time  
NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS: 12 persons  
DESCRIPTION OF THE WORKSHOP: Can you have faith and yet still doubt? Is doubt part of faith? How did the biblical heroes go through  trials of doubt/tests of faith in their spiritual journeys? Through texts from Hebrew Bible and New Testament, we’ll go through these journeys  with them, using Bibliolog-type (Pitzele) Bibliodrama.  
LANGUAGE: English  
LEADERS’ PROFILES:  
Peta Pellach – educator, activist and blogger, director of education in Elijah Interfaith Institute, senior fellow at the Kiverstein Institute (proudly  feminist).  
Yael Unterman – teacher and author, I have run hundreds of Bibliodrama (Biblilolog) sessions worldwide. Hailing from Australia and England  respectively, we both now live in Jerusalem.  
CONTACT: Peta Pellach: peta@elijah-interfaith.org 

WORKSHOP VI  
LEADERS: AUNI KAIPIA & ANNE BLOMQVIST  
TITLE: Jesus and Thomas  
TEXT: John 20, 24-29  
DATE: 3rd May 2021  
TIME: 17.00-20.00 Paris Time (18.00-21.00 Finnish Time)  
NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS: 6-12 persons  
DESCRIPTION OF THE WORKSHOP: One evening together processing experience of disciples after Jesus resurrection. How life is be  continued after Easter? We can share our doubts and uncertainty with Thomas. What is to see and not to see? Evening is organized by Finlands  Bibliodrama Society.  
LANGUAGE: English  
LEADERS’ PROFILES: Auni Kaipia – vicar at the moment in lutheran congregation, bibliodrama leader.  
Anne Blomqvist – pastor in lutheran congregation, bibliodrama leader.  
CONCTACT: Anne Blomqvist: anne.blomqvist3@gmail.com (until 18th April) 

WORKSHOP VII  
LEADERS: AGNES BOUWEN & KATARZYNA KAMIŃSKA  
TITLE: From Frozen to thawing 
TEXT: John 20, 1-18 
DATE: 12th May and 19th May 2021 (two meetings on Zoom)  
TIME: 19.30-21.00 (both workshops) Paris Time  
NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS: 12 persons  
DESCRIPTION OF THE WORKSHOP: When we experience difficult situations, it is often accompanied by the feeling that the whole world  has stood on its head and we are kind of frozen, staying in the same place not knowing what will happen next. It can be fear or anger, desperation  or grief… Only the experience of being close to another person allows us to change our perspective and move on. We invite you to a meeting  with Mary Magdalene and the Risen Jesus, full of inner warmth. Do you see or are you being seen? What is the effect on being frozen? The  methods we will work with include process bibliodrama, elements of psychodrama and creative methods.  
LANGUAGE: Basic English  
LEADERS’ PROFILES:  
Jes Bouwen – religion teacher, prison pastor (volunteer), bibliodrama leader and trainer (Belgium), Het Leerke www.hetleerke.com  Katarzyna Kamińska – academic teacher and musician, bibliodrama leader (GfB), psychodrama assistant. CONTACT: agnesbouwen@telenet.be  

WORKSHOP VIII  
LEADERS: BEATA CHRUDZIMSKA & CSABA NEMETH  
TITLE: The heart of stone 
TEXT: Ez 36, 26-28 
DATE: 14.05.2021  
TIME: 17.00-19.30 Paris Time  
NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS: 8 persons  
DESCRIPTION OF THE WORKSHOP: We will try to follow the words of God’s promise made in the Ezekiel’s book.  LANGUAGE: basic English  
LEADERS PROFILES: Beata Chrudzimska – philosopher, theologian, bibliodrama trainer (GfB), psychodrama assistant, coach, religious  pedagogue. 
Csaba Nemeth – I live in Hungary with my family. I have 4 children and already 2 grandchildren. I have been involved with Bibliodrama for 5  years and have great fun with it. It’s an exciting method in my view for developing self-understanding within a play environment with the  characters of the Bible. Since 2018 I have had experience in leading bibliodrama.  
CONTACT: Beata Chrudzimska: beatachrudzimska@gmail.com 

WORKSHOP IX  
LEADERS: TṺNDE KOCSIS & SZABOLCS KOVACS 
TITLE: I stand at the door and knock… 
TEXT: Rev 3,20  
DATE: 15th and 22th May 2021 
TIME: 15.00-18.00 Paris Time (16.00-19.00 East Europe Time)  
NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS: 10  
DESCRIPTION OF THE WORKSHOP: Our home is changing: our private, intimate room became suddenly a storefront, a public place, an  office, a classroom, a gym, etc. Family members get (unwillingly) before the unauthorized gazes. Some people knock on the door: they deliver,  they sell, they request…Some of them we let in. Some of them are not welcome…Who and what do you allow to enter your home? Who do you  trust? For who and what do you have patience? Somebody is ready to visit your life. He is close…  
We invite you to explore with us what is worth to let in, and what should disappear.  
LANGUAGE: English  
LEADERS’ PROFILES:  
Tünde Kocsis – Theatre in Educatiion Program leader by the Hungarian Theatre of Cluj (Romania), bibliodrama leader.  Szabolcs Kovács – Reformed pastor, lecturer on Babeș-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca,  
bibliodrama leader.  
CONTACT: Tünde Kocsis: kocsistunde.p@gmail.com

WORKSHOP X  
LEADER: DAVID TATEM 
TITLE: Embracing the other. Bibliodrama and Receptive Ecumenism 
TEXT: Acts 2, 5-12  
DATE: 17th and 24th May 2021 
TIME: 18.00 -21.00 Paris Time  
NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS: 12 persons  
DESCRIPTION OF THE WORKSHOP: At Pentecost, we recall that the Spirit enabled the apostles to reach across the  boundaries of language and culture between peoples.  
This online workshop will explore how we might combine Bibliodrama with the principles of Receptive Ecumenism* to  see how we can receive gifts across the boundaries not only of language but of our confessions and traditions.  
Using symbols, language, artwork, sounds and other forms of expression, we will look at how we might recognise gifts, as well as becoming  aware of obstacles and resistance to receiving them.  
The workshop will take place across two 3 hour sessions, the first will explore gifts across the boundaries of Christian traditions, the second will  extend that to also look at gifts from other faiths. There will be ’homework’ between the 2 sessions and some preparation for the first session.  Information will be sent in advance.  
*Receptive Ecumenism is an approach to ecumenical relationships which emphasises and explores the gifts that we can receive from other  traditions rather than what we can give. It invites us to recognise that ‘the other’ may have insights or strengths that we do not have and that we  grow if we are able to receive those gifts offered to us.  
https://www.cte.org.uk/Groups/91312/Home/Resources/Theology/Receptive_Ecumenism/What_is_Receptive/What_is_Receptive.aspx  LANGUAGE: English  
LEADERS PROFILES:  
Dave Tatem – is a minister of the United Reformed Church in the UK, living close to Cambridge, and is now retired. He has worked  ecumenically for most of his ministry and has also been involved in interfaith work. He is a member of the EBN secretariat. CONTACT: Dave Tatem: davetatem@gmail.com 

WORKSHOP XI  
LEADERS: AYFER DAGDEMIR & DIRK HARMS  
TITLE: The brother in the enemy – the enemy in the brother. Cain and Abel in Bible and Qur’An  TEXT: You will get more information short before the Workshop.  
DATE: 20th of May 2021 
TIME: 18.00 – 21.00 Paris Time  
NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS: 12 – 16 persons  
DESCRIPTION OF THE WORKSHOP: A research on the roots of violence in the sources of the abrahamic religion.  LANGUAGE: English – German  
LEADERS’ PROFILES: 
Ayfer Dağdemir – Speaker for Islamic Science and Comparative Theology.  
Dirk Harms – Drama teacher and director of Bibliodrama (GfB).  
CONTACT: Ayfer Dağdemir: ayfer.dagdemir@gmx.de  
WORKSHOP XII  
LEADERS: INA VON HÄFEN & DONAT OBERSON 
TITLE: That’s the Spirit  
TEXT: You will get more information short before the Workshop.  
DATE: 22th Mai 2021 
TIME: 18.30 – 21.30 Paris Time (with a break!) 
NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS: 12 – 16 participants with already offline bibliodrama experience, meeting via Zoom.  DESCRIPTION OF THE WORKSHOP: A pentecostal Bibliodrama.  
LANGUAGE: English 
LEADERS’ PROFILES:  
Donat Oberson – social worker and catholic theologian, bibliodrama leader, Swizzerland.  
Ina von Häfen – protestant reverend, bibliodrama leader, Germany.  
CONTACT: Ina von Häfen: inavonhaefen@gmail.com 

WORKSHOP XIII  
LEADERS: MARIA STACHEL & MARCEL MARTIN 
TITLE: Your eyes saw my unformed substance  
TEXT: Psalm 139 
DATE: 29th and 30th May 2021  
TIME: 9.00 am-12.30 pm Paris Time (both workshops) 
NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS: 14 persons 
DESCRIPTION: How does the current experienced world respond to a 2500 year old prayer and meditation text? Who is this being which sees  me before “I” exist and who am I to be seen prior to a “me”? We experiment with our different bibliodramatic approaches. LANGUAGE: English 
LEADERS’ PROFILES:  
Maria Stachel – www.maria-stachel.at  
Gerhard Marcel Martin – https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gerhard_Marcel_Martin 
CONTACT: Maria Stachel: maria.stachel@gmx.at  
WORKSHOP XIV  
LEADERS: CLAUS TERLINDER & ANNE BLOMQVIST 
TITLE: A Woman with a Disabling Spirit  
TEXT: Luke 13, 10-17  
DATE: 31st May and 7th June 2021  
TIME: 17.00-20.00 Paris Time (both workshops) [18.00-21.00 Finnish Time]  
NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS: 6 – 12 persons  
DESCRIPTION OF THE WORKSHOP: Two times three hours meetings. Some small exercises are sent before meetings to participants.  What story of Jesus healing a woman in synagogue on the sabbath wants to tell us now? How I find myself in this story? How can we bear the  burdens of others? What weights do I carry with me? Who are the discrimineted and crushed people in our environment and in the world? What  kind of inequality does corona caused around us? Meetings are organized by Finlands Bibliodrama Society.  
LANGUAGE: English (Claus can speak german and swedish, Anne speaks finnish and some swedish)  
LEADERS’ PROFILES:  
Anne Blomqvist – pastor in lutheran congregation, bibliodrama leader.  
Claus Terlinder – pastor for the work with people with mental disabilities, bibliodrama leader.  
CONTACT: Anne Blomqvist: anne.blomqvist3@gmail.com (until 16th May) 
  
WORKSHOP XV  

LEADERS: ANNA GRADIN & KATARZYNA KAMIŃSKA  
TITLE: Lying on green pastures  
TEXT: Psalm 23 
DATE: 27th June 2021  
TIME: 9.30 a.m. to 4.00 p.m. Paris Time  
NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS: 12 persons  
DESCRIPTION OF THE WORKSHOP: The aim of the workshop is to create and open space to experience God’s tender care. How it feels to  let God lead you to places where can you rest? We will use creative methods, elements of playing on the online stage, reflection, writing, sharing  in groups and exercises for one day. If the weather is nice you can go outside to do some work. Perfect English is not required.  LANGUAGE: English  
LEADERS PROFILES: 
Anna Gradin – Folk high-school teacher, sheep farmer, leadership and theology student. Trained dialogue leader and bibliodrama leader.  Katarzyna Kamińska – academic teacher, bibliodrama leader, psychodrama assistant at the Polish Psychodrama Institute and musician.  CONTACT: Anna Gradin: anna.gradin@umeafolkhogskola.se  
Workshop is organized in association with Umea folk high-school.