Children's Ministry

children

Have you got children that you would like to bring to church? We run a specific programme just for children!

Our aim is to make sure every child can be themselves in a safe and welcoming environment. Our children's workers are appointed through interview only, are DBS checked and have safeguarding training.

We want ,the children to have great fun whilst learning more about Jesus and meeting with Him.

Sunday Mornings


The children join in the main worship for the first 30 minutes or so, before going to their groups.

Creche

The creche runs in the lower hall and is for children aged from birth to aged 3 years. Toys and craft activities are available and children are offered a drink and a snack. 

Parents are welcome to stay to help their child feel comfortable; however, we do ask parents to speak to the creche team before leaving children under 1 year.

Young Church

Young church is provided for children in years Reception - 6 and meets in the upper hall.

The focus is very much on working in partnership with parents to help the children come to know Christ personally over time, through the use of song, engaging bible teaching, crafts and games. 

Currently the Urban Saints material is being used.

For years 7 and above, see the "Youth" page

Through the Week

Parents and Toddlers

Children can come to play with toys and their friends, sing, take part in a craft activity and enjoy a snack. Their parents and carers, meanwhile, can have a coffee and chat, and take part in optional organised activities. We meet every Friday during term time from 10.15 - 11.45am.

If you have any questions about the programmes or want to know more about bringing your children along on a Sunday then please fill in our Contact Us form.

 

Helping Children Pray

You may find the following articles and links provided by our young church and creche co-ordinators helpful in thinking about how you might pray with your family . (Please note, outside links are provided in good faith but we cannot accept responsibility for their content)