Sunday Club

Previously know as Sunday school, the Sunday Club meets every Sunday morning (with the exception of the parade services). We start in church, in worship for 10-15 minutes then go into the church Hall. Throughout the year we have several “Messy Sundays” when the children will not go in to church. We explore different topics in greater depth, for example, Easter, Light and Dark, All hallows eve, the Christmas story to name a few. Our aim is to make learning fun.

In Sunday club we are friendly, approachable, relaxed, caring and set no targets and the children learn in their own way and own time. We want to nurture children in the Christian faith allowing them to grow, develop and question the world around them. Our mission is to allow children to understand the teaching of Gods word, the Journey Jesus made, his Birth, Death and Resurrection in a way which children understand.

AGE RANGE – 0 to 18 we are split into 5 groups depending upon age.

We go from Creche to the youth discussion group aged 13 -18 and everything in-between. 

Sunday Club leaders – Coordinator – Christine Wroe plus 5 teachers

Our teachers find age appropriate Bible materials, they Shape lessons to meet the comprehension level and interest for their age group. But mainly Sunday Club is about having Fun through activities, crafts, skits, outings, parties and of course FOOD.

Special Services

Children are encouraged to partake in our April (Anniversary Service) and December (Nativity+ Christingle). These services are all about the children who will sing, act and read. We see confidence grow and children develop.

Come along and see if it works for you meet new friends and have fun                                                                            

Safeguarding – All Sunday club leaders are DBS cleared and receive safeguarding training at regular intervals.

All leaders do ‘Foundation Module’ training every 4 years. The Coordinator, has to do the ‘Advance Module’ training every 4 years.

We are always mindful of safeguarding and risk assessment when planning activities on and off the premises.