St Bride's: Worship & Ministry

Sunday Club

sunday_club.jpgThe Sunday Club at St Bride's aims 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.

The Sunday Club is run on a rota basis by volunteers from the St Bride's congregation who 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) are also on hand to support the adults in the sessions.

Sunday Club takes place each Sunday morning during the 11 o'clock Choral Eucharist service.

If you are able to volunteer to help at Sunday Club 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

Sunday Club Updates

Autumn Term 2016

We are pleased to confirm that Sunday Club will resume on Sunday 4th September. All are welcome - we hope to see you there!

Sunday 8th May 2016

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Sunday Club members worked together to create a beautiful tablecloth for all to admire after the Sunday morning service.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sunday 20th April 2016

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Sunday Club children made colourful Easter cards for members of the congregation.

 

 

 

 

 

  

Sunday 13th December 2015 - Crib Service

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Shoe Box Appeal

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Sunday Club's Cake Stall raising money to fill shoe boxes.

Since 1991 Computers for Charities, through their networks in communities here and in Eastern Europe, have been distributing Christmas shoeboxes to all those in need. They do not discriminate against any group or individual and they work with many church and religious groups, refugee shelters, homeless shelters, community nurse groups, children's hospices and young carers associations.

This year St Bride's Sunday Club has decided that they would like the shoebox appeal to benefit children closer to home. We will therefore be working with CfC to distribute the shoeboxes to groups in the UK ensuring that as many children as possible are able to enjoy Christmas in a way they wouldn't without our help.

We ask that all shoeboxes are standard size and contain no sharp items. Please leave them unsealed and indicate which age group and gender they are best suited for.

Most of all remember that if you think your children would be excited to open the box on Christmas Day so will those we are trying to help.

All boxes will need to be at St Bride's by Sunday 22nd November in order to be distributed in time for Christmas.

Many thanks for all your support. Any questions please ask Charlotte Locks.