Sunday Club for 3-9 year olds meets every Sunday morning during the 10.30am service, except for the 2nd Sunday of the month when we are all in church.
We start in church then leave for the Hannen Room to learn more about the Bible, sing, play games and other activities. We love to learn about Jesus and His teaching.
Each term we hold a party when we play games, make pizza or watch a movie. It’s a great way of getting to know each other better.
All our leaders have experience of working with children and are DBS checked.
We’d love you to join us! If you’d like to find out more please contact [hidden].
Sunday Club leading the Wargrave Village Festival Parade in 2015
Halloween is a time of year full of witches, bats, ghosts and other far darker costumes and decorations, leaving many Christians in a dilemma about whether to let our children get involved or not.According to Planet retail research (2011) Halloween is the third highest spending festival behind Christmas and Easter. Throughout Wargrave children will being donning ghoulish costumes and walking round their neighbourhoods ‘trick or treating’. However, what many don’t realise is that it is the Christian festival of All Hallows’ Eve and All Saints Day: a time at which we remember the lives of Christians who have lived their lives for Jesus. So what should our response be? What do we want our children to learn and fill their minds with?
At St Mary’s, we want to take the opportunity of celebrating Jesus, the Light of the World. ‘In him was life, and that life was the light of men. The light shines in the darkness, but the darkness has not overcome it’, John 1:4-5.
This year our party, our ‘Light and Bright’ party is being held on Saturday 31st October in St Mary’s from 4-6pm. We’ll be playing games, dressing brightly, enjoying food and doing some craft activities together… all to help us learn a little bit more about the true light that dispels darkness. If you are under 11 years of age we would love you to join us.
If you are older and would just like to come and help, you are very welcome too!