WMC: June 2017
In May we had fun exploring the theme of 'Big Big Questions' inspired by the song by Fischy Music.
We encouraged the children to give their questions about faith, God... anonymously in advance and then after searching for questions hidden in the church Keith offered some answers to some of them.
In the hall the children had great fun making and eating French bread pizza!
A lovely atmosphere and fun morning.
If you have children or grandchildren of primary school age who would like to come along, you and they would be very welcome.
Give me a call for more information or just turn up at church on 18 June at 9.30am! Jane Kent 765421
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