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Kids@Church

Kids@Church — In January we met in the church and heard Abraham's story and then had fun singing the action song 'Father Abraham had many sons'! In the hall the children made beautiful stained-glass window style stars to hang in their windows to remind them that God always keeps his promises.

Kids@Church is an informal service for primary school aged children and their families starting at 9.30 and finishing at 10.15am involving story, song, prayer, games, craft, cooking... (not all in one session!).

New people always welcome!

Our future dates are 16th February, 15th March, 19th April, 17th May, 21st June and 19th July.

For more information please give me a ring — Jane, 01235 765421

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