Children

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 Sunday Groups

Every Sunday during term, our children’s groups are run for 4-13 year olds during the 10.30am Sunday service. We stay together in the service initially and then leave for our groups held in the Trinity Centre after about 15 minutes. We learn more about Jesus, pray to God, sing songs, play games and ask lots of questions. If you’re with us for the first time, you and your children are welcome to attend. We have four groups (see box for ages). The children will come back to the church at the end of the service.

SUNDAY AGE GROUPS

  • 3 to 5.     Scramblers
  • 6 to 8.     Climbers
  • 9 to 10.   Explorers
  • 11 to 13.  Pathfinders

Toddlers and Youth group

Boys’ Brigade

The Boys’ Brigade is an important part of Holy Trinity’s children and youth work. We meet regularly on a Friday night during term time at Holy Trinity Junior School.  We have several age groups: The Anchors (5-8 yo), Juniors (8-11 yo), Company and Seniors (12-18 yo).  The group is about learning new skills, building great friendships and having fun. Boys’ Brigade provides a safe environment to explore new possibilities and achieve personal goals while making friends and having adventures.

For more information on the Boys Brigade, visit their official website.

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Holiday Club and Light Party

Click here to find out how you can sign up for this year’s Light Party, “Lightbusters!”

Holiday Club and Light Party are annual event’s for primary school children from Reception to Year 6.  Holiday Club run once a year during the school holidays by volunteers from the church and the Light Party is held every year on Halloween.We have a great time together, playing sports, spending time doing crafts, making up our own songs, sharing some snacks and finishing each day with bible stories, drama, music and prizes.

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For more information about any of our children’s work, contact Ronnie or James. We follow the Safe Church Policy for safeguarding children and have designated Safeguarding Officers at Holy Trinity. Our policy can be read here.


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