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Kids@Church

In June we had fun thinkingabout the 'fantastic fruits of the Holy Spirit'! In church we learnt about the first Pentecost then sang 'Give me joy in my heart'. We prayed together before going through to the hall where the children were invited to make fruit mobiles and fruit kebabs.

Our next Kids@church will be on Sunday 15th July and we will meet at 9:30 am at Manor Road Memorial Park, Wantage, for some 'Summer Fun in the Park'! If it's hot you may want to throw swimming costumes in for when the splash park opens?

We look forward to seeing you there!

In the Autumn, Kids@church will meet again on Sunday 16th September at 9:30 am for 'Welcome Back Breakfast'!

Kids@church is open to all families with children of primary school age.

For more information please phone me on 01235 765421.

Jane Kent

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