Our Childrens Ministry is based on Proverbs 22v6 – “Train up a child in the way he should go and when he is old he will not depart from it.”
Sunday Services: A CrÃ¨che is available for infants to school age, to allow parents to attend the morning and evening services.
At the Sunday morningÂ (11am) Calvary Kids Ministry, uses the Splash! and Bubbles programmes from Scripture Union and in the evenings (6.30pm) HeartShapers from David C Cook. Great material for helping your child come to and then grow in Christ
Little Miracles Toddlers’ Group: For parents (or grandparents/guardians) and their toddlers. Check out their page here… Contact the church office for more information.Â Little Miracles meets every Tuesday morning during term time from 9.30am to 11am with a small charge of Â£1 per adult to cover refreshments etc.
We believe that from birth on throughout all of life, Christian principles need to be planted into lives of the children God has given us. We feel a responsibility to teach God’s love and care to each child. the best way for us to accomplish this is to provide teaching and activities appropriate for their age level. our teaching is directed towards providing the basic building blocks for spiritual growth in a fun environment. The primary goal of our teaching and life applications is eventually to lead each child to a personal relationship with Christ.
We do not feel that our adult Bible studies and worship services are an appropriate place for children to learn about the Lord. The adult service is a difficult place for a young child to maintain proper behaviour, and therefore, as well as suffering unduly, they can to be a distraction for parents and others. It is with this in mind that we felt we should seek to provide a children’s ministry of the highest standard
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