Children and families are very welcome at Trinity Church! Trinity Kids is the name for our children's work here, and covers our Creche, Scramblers, Climbers and Explorers groups which all meet on a Sunday. All of our leaders are DBS checked, and would love to welcome your child! The aim in all of our groups is to help parents in their role of teaching their children about the Christian faith.
Creche (for children aged 0-2) meets in the church lounge next door to the main church building, so there is easy access for children and parents in and out. The Creche is run by experienced leaders, and you have the option of leaving your child with the leaders, of if you would prefer, staying in the creche whilst your child gets used to the provision.
Scramblers, Climbers and Explorers: Each term, the children will be taught using the "Go Teach" resources, which gives age appropriate and fun teaching across the whole Bible. We want to teach children from the whole Bible, both Old and New Testaments (see Acts 20:27). All of our groups include a range of activities including songs, craft, stories and games. Scramblers is for children aged 3-Year 1. Climbers is for children in school years 2-3. Explorers is for children in school years 4-6.
If you'd like more information, contact our Trinity Kids team leader Phil Selby via firstname.lastname@example.org. Please find the Trinity Kids programme for this term here:
Trinity Kids September-December 2018
We hope to meet you soon!
Heroes is a club for children aged 7-11 (school years 3 to 6) which meets on Friday night between 6.00pm and 7.15pm.
Each week we have a great time learning more about how Jesus is the greatest hero ever, whilst also playing lots of games, quizzes, competitions, craft and more. Each week is themed with a different 'super power', so there is always a good variety for all children.
Highlights so far this year have been a weekend away in Edale, family challenge nights, a bonfire plus lots more!
Contact Phil at email@example.com if you'd like to find out more. Please find the Heroes programme for this term here:
Heroes September-December 2018