Children’s Activities




Note: the page Downloads and Links has a number of notes and forms which you can download.


Sunday Family Service 

Come to our Family Service at 10.00 a.m. (usually on the first Sunday of each month - for dates please check the page “This Week’s and Regular Services”). This is a shorter non-communion service. 


Sunday School

A Sunday School runs in the church hall on the third and fourth Sundays of each month alongside the 10am church service.  Craft, stories and fun for all children whose parents attend the church service. Parents are also welcome to stay with their child, if they wish. Contact Sarah Ashford 0208 398 0922


Tots' Praise 

This is held on the second Thursday of each month in the church at 9.30 a.m.  This is a short, fun and lively session for all pre-school children and babies and their carers.  Songs, stories, prayers and lots of fun in a very informal setting. Contact Katie Traub 0208 224 2880


Parent and Toddler Group

The Parent and Toddler Group meet on Thursdays, 9.30-11.30 a.m. (term time only), Church Hall 

This very popular group for pre-schoolers and their parents/carers allows children to play constructively in a relaxed atmosphere. You can chat with friends old and new, and share the experience of bringing up a young family.  Drinks and biscuits are available at a small cost. Contact Elaine Heptonstall 0208 398 7211 

 

Special Services

During the year there are also additional 'Special Services' which many children and their parents look forward to, especially Mothering Sunday, Harvest Festival, the Toy Service (usually early December), and the Christingle Service (usually mid-December). 

 

Baptisms

We are delighted to baptise anyone who lives in the Parish. For many this is an opportunity to rejoin the Christian family and connect with the local community who will support your child and your family throughout their lives.  Please contact the Parish Office 0208 398 9641.

Parents will be asked to attend a baptism meeting following a Sunday morning service to explore the meaning of baptism and the practical elements of the baptism service. 

 

Toilets

In Church, there is a toilet behind the Church organ. If you are unsure please ask a sidesperson (the person who hands out the books) for assistance. There are several toilets in the Church Hall—and baby changing facilities.





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