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Sunday Club


If you are looking after a young child you may feel anxious about bringing them to church - be assured, children and young people are especially welcome as part of our church family.

Our children and young people always seem to feel comfortable and at home in the building, and enjoy the broad range of groups and activities we run for them, including our energetic and lively Sunday Club. Activity bags are available at the back of church and if you want to take a restless child out of the service, a crèche is available.

Sunday Club is the name for our children’s and young people’s activities which happen during the 10:45 Sunday morning service. After spending the first 15 minutes together with the whole church family in the main service, the children and young people go to their groups in the church centre until the main service ends. The exceptions to this are the first Sunday of the month when children and young people stay in church for the All Age Worship service and communion Sundays when we rejoin the main service for communion.

In Sunday Club we learn about God through worship, teaching, games, craft and fun.

All are very welcome, so if you know anyone who would like to come along please invite them!

If your child has been baptised, and has been admitted to communion at a previous church, then they are welcome to receive communion at All Saints even though they are too young to be Confirmed. If you wish to know more about being admitted to Holy Communion, or Confirmation, please speak to our Vicar, John Kirkland.