organization dedicated to promoting puppetry
So if you've been wondering where to find the tools and resources to improve, expand, and develop your puppetry ministry (or related performing arts ministry, e.g. mime, interpretive movement, balloon animal sculpture, ventriloquism, clowning, drama, or gospel illusion), you'll probably want to check out FCP-- what with the newsletter, National Conference, Lending Library, and all.
Membership: send in a check. What could be easier than that?
(Although the local chapter in North/South Carolina, the Carolina Fellowship of Christian Puppeteers is more dogmatic, possibly due its position as an elder statesmen of the Puppeteers for Christ Webring).
(Compare application process at the Fellowship of Christian Magicians and the Christian Juggler's Association.)