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'Jesus and the little children' — thank you to all those adults (and James) who took part in our re-enactment of the story of Jesus welcoming the children — despite the officious disciples who thought He was too busy! We talked about the importance of children to Jesus then invited the children to make a concertina crowd of people. Lovely to see everyone!

Next month will be Easter Sunday so we are inviting the K@C families to a special morning, usual time (9:30 — 10:15 am), including a shared breakfast, special Easter crafts and a treasure hunt! We hope as many families as possible will be able to stay on for a special all-age Easter celebration at 10:30 am in church.

For more information on any of these activities please don't hesitate to call me on 01235 765421. Jane Kent

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