Children and Youth
On weeks when we do not have cafe church running then we often have special provision for our children and young people.
There is always a supervised creche for those with young babies and toddlers who just don't find the service fun enough!
If you are between the age of 3 and 11, you are invited to join us at Junior Church on a Sunday morning from 10am for a fun filled time of stories, crafts and friendship. The dates and themes for the Spring Term are:
January 8th - Pray like Jesus - to learn that God wants us to talk to him
January 22nd - Ask, Search and Knock - to be inspired to talk with God in the way he wants
January 29th - Never Give Up - to understand that God is always listening
February 26th - Smug or Sorry - to pray knowing that God wants us to be honest with him
March 12th - Come to Jesus - to know that Jesus loves listening to children
March 19th - The Wonders of God - to remember that God is our creator
for the youth meets on a weekly basis (except for Cafe Church weeks) and follow their own programme of bible based discussions. Their sessions always start with hot chocolate, drinks and biscuits.
We also run special social events for our young people, details of which will be given out as appropriate.
Children are of course more than welcome to stay with you in church for the whole of the service. For younger children we have some special activity bags, which you are welcome to give them.
OTHER YOUTH GROUPS
Held every Friday in the Webber Hall from 10am - 12.30pm and this runs through the school holidays too! It's a stay and play session for babies, toddlers and their carers and there is always a simple craft activity, some singing and plenty of toys to play with. Refreshments are also served. We ask for a £1 donation for an adult and one toddler and 20p for each additional child.
For further information contact the Church Office
All the leaders and helpers within our Children and Youthwork have a current CRB (Criminal Records Bureau) check. If you wish to find out more please see our Child Protection page.