Together, both St Catherine’s and Cornwell Community Church provide activities for families, children and youth.
The 11am Sunday Morning service at Cornwell is suitable for all ages. Most weeks there are age-related teaching groups and activities (‘Sunday school’). We encourage the children to get involved and help in our services, and occasionally the whole service is taken by the children. For the very young there is an area with a rug and toys where parents can sit with their children. Click here for more details about Cornwell Community Church.
The 9.30 am services at St Catherine’s aim to be child-friendly with a children’s talk, song and activities at the back of the church for children at every service. On the third Sunday in the month it’s All Stars Family Worship, an opportunity for all ages in the church to share together.
|Messy Church is for the whole family and all ages, there’s Messy Church which normally meets at St Catherine’s on the first Saturday of each Month. Click here for more details on Messy Church.|
|Youth Group is for 11+’s at secondary school. It which meets fortnightly during term time, on Fridays, 7:45-9.15pm, in St Catherine’s Hall.There are often special events on other days.|
|Holiday Club runs in the summer and is for 5 to 11 year olds a week. It’s very popular with about 80 children attending. Click here for more details on Holiday Club,|
Cornwell 0-5s Parent & Toddler Group meets on Tuesday Mornings in the Cornwell Centre. It is run by local mums with help from Cornwell Community Church. It meets Tuesdays 10am-12noon Term Time Only. There is a Thursday session for Childminders.
Each week we put out a wide & varied selection of toys including ride on scooters, bikes & cars. We have an art and craft table which varies week to week. We normally end with singing time.
Refreshments for children and grown-ups are provided on our Tuesday sessions.
Tots Praise : 9.15am every Friday Term Time in the Café is for babies and toddlers and their parents and carers, A fun service for little people: a time to sing (with lots of actions for older ones), listen to a Bible story, glue, draw, stick, or sleep, ending with a prayer. Followed by refreshments and a time for the adults to chat with old friends and make new ones.
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