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Sundays at 11.00am
Children join in the first 15 mins of the morning service and then go into Sunday Club or Crèche. Sunday Club is currently divided into two age groups, corresponding to Reception/Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2. Each group is staffed by an experienced leader and a helper. We currently follow the Scripture Union syllabus and the sessions include a wide range of activities, e.g. stories, videos, games, craft and food fun, as well as sharing news and praying together. We aim to be inclusive and are able to put in extra support (by experienced teachers) for children with learning disabilities.
Once every two months, the children have their own worship time instead of joining the main service. This includes stories, videos and craft but has a particular emphasis on songs written for children and on learning to pray for themselves, their families and the wider community.
This takes place on the second Friday of the month from 3.45pm - 6.00pm. We have a very informal worship time, with stories and songs and plenty of participation, followed by activities including crafts, science and fun with food, and we end with a cooked meal together. This is a great time for the whole family. No need to book - just turn up!
These run on Tuesday and Thursday mornings from 10 - 11.30. We have an extensive range of toys and play equipment, suitable for babies and children up to age 3. It's a great opportunity for parents and carers to get to know each other. Refreshments are provided for children and adults. We ask for a small subscription. There is currently a waiting list for the Thursday group: please contact the Church Office.
We normally run a holiday club for primary age children in early August.
We run a Schools Week at Christmas and Easter each year, in conjunction with the Lichfield Christian Schools' Work Trust. This involves a wide range of people sharing the foundation stories of the Christian faith and their meaning through drama and interactive activities. These weeks are extremely popular with local primary schools, booking up almost as soon as they are advertised.
We have a clear safeguarding policy in place, with up-to-date training provided; the church safeguarding team meets on a regular basis.