St Bride's: News

Sunday School Up and Running Again!

sunday school shoe.jpgAfter the sterling work done by Janet and Nicola for so many years there has been a short hiatus while we decided how to take the Sunday School forward. After a few weeks of email discussions and meetings with those concerned it was decided to re-establish the Sunday School on a rota basis, run by volunteers from the St Bride's congregation who will bring their own varied skills, experiences and enthusiasm to the sessions each week. Members of the St Bride's Youth Group (ages 11 to 17) will also be on hand to support in the sessions.

Presently the Sunday School meets at least fortnightly with weekly sessions planned in the months of November and December. We hope to re-establish a weekly Sunday School in the near future as more parents, grandparents and other members of the congregation come forward to help.

If you are able to volunteer to help at Sunday School either as a Session Leader or Adult Helper we would be very pleased to hear from you.

Please contact Katharine Wilkinson katharine_e_wilkinson@hotmail.com

It is our intention that The Sunday School at St Bride's will continue to provide a safe and stimulating environment for the younger members of our congregation to meet and develop their own relationship with God and with each other. Children from 4 to 11 years are invited to listen to and discuss a Bible story followed by a weekly activity or games and then singing and prayers. The younger children under 4 are invited, with a parent or carer, to play with toys and read books as well as joining in with singing and prayers.

Diary Dates

2 November 2014 - Deadline for Shoebox Appeal - the children from Sunday School will be presenting these during the Morning Service on 2nd November

7th December 2014 - Sunday School Discussion Group - for the Volunteers who help to run Sunday School and any other interested parties to meet and discuss how to take the Sunday School forward in 2015.

14th December 2014 - 3.00pm Crib Service

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