Dates for 2021
Children to be dropped off 10.25 and picked up 11.30 from school please. Please do not allow children to attend if they (members of their household) have any Covid Symptoms or been told to self isolate.
7th November 2021
21st November 2021
28th November 2021
5th December 2021 and
12th December 2021.
Activities will be taking place in the school hall of All Saints’ Church of England Primary School at the same time as the main service in the church building. Children will be in the school hall for the whole of the service.
Hopefully we will be able to have our Christmas Play and a Christmas Party on the 12th December 2021 and we will keep you updated as we get nearer to the time.
Cath and Rachel will review all of this at Christmas and update the information then
Great things about Church for Kids
Safe all activities are risk assessed and we meet the C of E safeguarding criteria.
Faith: age related opportunity for children to explore and deepen faith, enhancing their religious education & giving a sure foundation in faith.
Helps parents attending church to meet Secondary School faith criteria.
Friendships: encourages friendships with children from All Saints School and the wider community.
Helps children experience being part of a caring & supportive church community.
Fun: with Bible stories, crafts, games, snacks – lots of laughter.
No need to book, just turn up All Saints Church
Parents can enjoy ‘time out’ in the church service or kids can be dropped off & picked up later (parental consent forms must be completed)
Children from four years old are welcome to attend Church for Kids. Our aim is to provide a fun, happy and safe environment for the children, whilst they learn about the love of Jesus in way in which they can understand and enjoy. We hope children will stay with us until they are confirmed, after which they can choose whether to stay in church with the adults or to join with the children at Church for Kids; our door is always open to them.
The teaching material we use is called “Searchlight.” It is linked to the lectionary (Bible readings) readings used in church, so our lesson will always be based on one of the readings for that particular Sunday. Our worship includes a variety of activities including prayer and singing, as well as the lesson itself. At different times we use: craft, puzzles, games, dancing and acting to explore the themes from our readings.
On the Sunday before Christmas, we usually to perform a nativity play for the adults in church. We then have our Christmas party following the morning service.
We close for summer holidays at the beginning of July and try to mark this with a picnic at Worden Park in Leyland, weather permitting.
Church 4 Kids is run by Cath Rainford and Rachel Edwards.
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