WMC: June 2018
In May we thought about how Jesus brought and still brings hope to people. Cath led us as we retold the story of the friends bringing their paralysed friend to Jesus with our hands. In the hall the children were given the choice to make a 'Get well soon' card for someone who is not well or to make the scene from the story from Lego.
Our next kids@church will be at 9:30 am on 17th June at church with the theme 'Fantastic Fruits'- any families with children at primary school are very welcome to come and join us!
On 15th July at 9:30 am we will once again be meeting at Manor Road Memorial Park for some summer fun!
If you have any questions about kids@church please give me a call on 01235 765421.
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