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Kids@Church — Jane Kent

It was great to be back at Kids@church for the autumn term.

In church we enjoyed listening to the story 'Mayfly Day' and then thought about what we were thankful for and wrote or drew these things on post-its.

We also gave everyone the opportunity to take a pebble and think of something that we want to hand over to God (anger, resentment, a situation...) and then as a symbol of that to leave it in a basket on the altar table.

We sang 'Bring it all to me' before moving through to the hall for a delicious welcome back breakfast!

Next month we will meet on Sunday 21st October and we will be working with clay! Kids@church is an informal, monthly service for children from 9:30 — 10:15 am.

We usually start in the church and move through to the hall for a game, craft or cooking. We would love to see you there.

For more information please contact Rev. Keith Underhill on 01235 763321.

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