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Kids@Church

It was a joy to see so many families share in our Easter morning celebration!

After reflecting on the events of the first Easter morning, the children had fun doing some Easter related craft activities before we all sat down to a shared breakfast.

The chocolate crepes, croissants, rolls, cereal bars and drinks disappeared very quickly!

Thank you to everyone for your contributions!

We finished our time together with an Easter treasure hunt — it was lovely to see the children running round our premises with excited faces!

May 21st — Big, Big Questions
June 18th — God, our Father
July 16th — Summer Fun in the Park

Kids@church is an informal service planned for primary school aged children and is at 9.30am at Wantage Methodist Church, Newbury Street.

We'd love to see you — everyone welcome!

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