“ B CLUB ”
KIDS AND FAMILY TIME
FIRST SUNDAY AFTER EASTER
Thank you everybody. It was lovely to see so many of you helping to build the Easter Garden….well done mums, dads and carers too! The Garden is still looking lovely; make sure you go and have another look.
And now the church family all over the world is saying:
CHRIST IS RISEN ALLELUIA
It was wonderful to see so many of you with us at church on EASTER SUNDAY too…..thank you and well done; did you see or hear Fr Nigel blessing our Easter Garden?
Well done if you managed to do the Easter Egg Hunt. Make sure you put your finished sheets through the Rectory door quickly!
Now, in church, we are going to be hearing about how Jesus, risen from the dead, appeared to his friends at different times, and how amazed that made them feel. One of Jesus’ friends was called Thomas, and he wouldn’t believe that it was Jesus….so Jesus had to show Thomas the wounds in his hands, and soon, Thomas really did BELIEVE.
We have attached for you some activities to do, and hope you enjoy them….. look out for Thomas, the one who wouldn’t believe!!
We look forward to seeing you soon. If you come to church this Sunday, don’t forget it is at 10am….there will be some things for you to do if you want…. Perhaps you can bring your crayons with you.
Download Activity sheets HERE
PUBLIC WORSHIP ON SUNDAYS
Unfortunately we are not yet able to offer Junior Church activities as in the past before Covid-19.
Junior Church is a thriving and vibrant part of the church family of St Mary’s. Please come along and introduce yourselves if you are new families to St Mary’s. We look forward to meeting you.
Our term time weekly session tends to be based around the gospel reading for the week. We add to this hands-on craft activity as a way of developing our understanding further and enjoying worshipping together. It is our aim to nurture faith and enable spirituality to grow within families and in the children who come to our church. We have developed strong links with St Mary’s Church of England Primary School. As a group we aim to meet socially at least once a term e.g for a shared meal, walk and picnic or other outing. Junior Church play a significant role within the main church services for all the main festivals.
We want to grow and develop the age specific groups that we offer and look forward to this developing further over the next 12 months.
Parent feedback is important to us so that we can continually refine what we do. Below is a summary of the overall aims we currently work towards.
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