Due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, Sunday School in church is currently suspended.
In it's place, we are running an Online Sunday School at 10:00am for children at home using Lessons on our YouTube Channel. This is followed by a Children's Zoom Chat at 10:45am each Sunday (details of how to join in are sent by email).
To find out more - or to be notified about how to join the Children's Zoom chat - please send an email to email@example.com.
A friendly environment for children, including games, a Bible study and time for prayer.
What happens at Sunday School?
We have children's activities based on a termly theme, including games, drama, cooking, singing, crafts, fundraising, outdoor activities and science.
We enjoy creative prayer activities and making Bible stories come to life.
Read our activities for this term to find out more about what we're currently doing.
Who can go?
Most children are primary school age but children of any age are very welcome.
If your child is younger, we initially ask that you stay with them.
When is Sunday School?
Every Sunday during the service except during the first Sunday of the month, when there is a Family Service.
Where does it take place?
Come along to the Children's Corner in the Church to follow the star to Sunday School.
We meet in either the Church, the nearby Croft Field Centre or outside (on dry summer days only!). If children come and follow the star, they will be escorted to the venue.
The venue for each week will also be published on this page and in the weekly Pew Sheet.
How can my child join?
Children are welcome to come along without advance notice. We will ask you to complete a registration form on the day.
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How can I find out more?
Contact Robin Sharples (contact details below) or speak to Mike Morecroft, Debbie Padgen, Catherine & Maurits Le Poole or Sophie MacFarlane Smith.
We are very happy to answer any questions, discuss any concerns you have and find out more about your children.
Or just come along on a Sunday morning.