Children 0-11

ASR: Climbers

We want children to have great fun whilst learning more about Jesus and meeting with Him



Have you got children that you would like to bring to church?  They of course are very welcome and we run a specific programme of fun children's groups especially for them! We also run a creche at each service for pre-school children.

Our aim is to make sure every child can be themselves in a safe and welcoming environment. Our children's leaders are appointed through interview only, are DBS checked and have safeguarding training. We are committed to safeguarding children and our policy can be found here.

If you have any questions about the programmes or want to know more about bringing your children along on a Sunday then please contact the Vicar.

ASR: ABCJunior Jivers followed by Stay and Play

Every Thursday morning during term time from 9.30am in the church.

A music, dance and movement group for babies, toddlers and pre-schoolers with a Christian ethos. Junior Jivers runs from 9.30am-10.15am followed by Stay and Play until 11am. There is always a warm welcome and relaxed atmosphere at Junior Jivers, with plenty of time to chat and make friends. And there are great refreshments - just come along to join in.

ASR: ADAMAll Dads and Me! (ADAM)

Usually the third Saturday of the month during term time from 9.00am in the church

Dads meet together and have breakfast while their children can enjoy playing, hearing a story or perhaps being shown a simple craft activity.  ADAM is a place for friendships to grow. We meet in the church room and have a selection of toys ready for the children with a newspaper or two available for Dads. More importantly the bacon is cooking , the coffee is on and conversation is flowing. We just need you!

For more information please contact us or just come along on Saturday.

ASR: Youth ClubAll Saints Youth Club

Young people in school years 4 to 6 meet every other Friday from 7.00-8.00pm during term time. We ask for £1.00 subs per session to contribute to the cost of the evening. It's a time for the young people to be with friends, join in a variety of activities and enjoy a snack. During the evening there will be a brief talk and chance to ask questions, to challenge and discuss what Christians believe.

A typical session begins with a starter activity followed by “Thinking Time” where we look at different bits of the bible. After a drink and a snack the rest of the evening is spent doing activities such as craft, games, challenges (such as can you drop an egg off the balcony without it breaking, followed by can you clean this egg up off the floor), movie making and circus skills. 

For more information contact us.