Our younger children (primary school and below) are currently meeting on Zoom each Sunday morning and will continue to do so until Sunday the 27th June.
After this date we’ll be taking a break and then hopefully returning with our Sunday morning groups in the building from the 5th September.
Over the summer we’ll have some all ages events happening that we hope families will come along for, plus we hope our regular Sunday mornings are very family friendly – we have activity packs for older children and play boxes in the foyer for younger ones.
We also have an overflow room upstairs where you can connect with the meeting via a big screen but there’s space for families to play.
Kids Zoom sessions:
Pre-school and Primary School Children
Since the start of Lockdown, our kids groups have been getting together on a Sunday morning to do kids church from 9.30am – 10ish.
The kids church sessions are for those in pre-school and primary school (roughly age 4-11yrs).
We begin our kids session with all the children on mute but the leader of the session will ask the children to wave if they have something to share – some news, a fun story or a picture or story about what God’s been doing in their lives that week. The children love to share and listen to their friends – we often sing Happy Birthday too!
Then we’ll usually do a song (chosen from our Youtube playlist) and the kids all jump around and join in. We’ll then watch a video clip together with the day’s chosen Bible story.
We usually have some silly games and quite often a ‘special guest’ (a silly character). We aim to finish soon after 10am.
Although it’s hard being far apart, the children really enjoy seeing their friends and sharing news and stories together. We love seeing them too!
For security reasons, we don’t publish the link for our kids sessions, but if you’d like to find out more about connecting your child with our Sunday sessions then just email our Children and Families worker: Sarah Etheridge email@example.com
Youth – looking for info about our Youth group? Click here.