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This month's Kids@Church was based around Joan G Thomas' book "If Jesus came to my house today".

After singing some songs in church and looking at and listening to the story, we all went into the hall to do some cooking.

Reflecting on the story in which we are reminded that we can meet Jesus in the way we help others, young and old, we made chocolate cornflake cakes, for us to enjoy but also to take to others who need cheering up, a sign of God's love for them.

Our next Kids@Church session is on 19th February starting at 9:30am — "Daniel and the scary sleepover"! see you then!

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