While we are not meeting for Church or Sunday club, we hope to issue a children and families bible teaching & activity videos most weeks

 Video for 21 Feb    Programme for 21 Feb

Video for 14 Feb   Programme for 14 Feb    Song

Video for 7 Feb     Programme for 7 Feb 

Video for 31Jan     Programme for 31 Jan    Song ‘I've got joy down in my heart

Video for 24 Jan    Programme for 24 Jan

Video for 17 Jan     Programme for 17 Jan

If you live in the Newcastle-under-Lyme area and want to speak to Naomi Savage, our Children and Families Worker, she'd be really encouraged to have your feedback on this  Naomi.westlands@gmail.com  07864-127523

Ordinarily...
There are a variety of groups and activities for different ages. We hope that parents, children and young people will find something that suits your needs.

We're on facebook  - do follow us if you want updates of new initiatives and special events

Or contact us if you'd like to know more. Our Children and Families Minister is Naomi Savage tel 07864-127523  naomi.westlands@gmail.com

Sunday Groups

Under 3s There is a Parent and Baby Room in St Andrew's (Mr Noisy's room) for babies and toddlers - and facilities for parents and babies at St Peter's, to which services are relayed. Parents & children are welcome to come and go to these at any point in the service

Sunday Club (3 to 11 yrs)

Pathfinders (11 plus)

All age worship Almost every month (usually on the second sunday) all ages stay together for the 10.30 morning service. In St Andrew's this is usually a slightly shorter service than usual (40-60 minutes) with visual aids, participation and songs aimed at engaging children as much as adults in the week's theme

In the Week

Messy Church (all ages, especially up to age 10)

Little Sparklers (Pre-school children and their parents/carers)

Parent and Toddler Group (Pre-school children and their parents/carers)

Xcite (for 7-11's)

TMNC (14 yrs up)

 

Our previous youth and children's worker produced a great video about that area of ministry in our church. It's a bit out of date now. but it's still a great advert for what we're aiming to do and why - and you can watch it here