CHILDREN

Sunday school returns
While the photographs are all pre-pandemic, our Sunday School continues to meet online with ZOOM."  

Our children are very important to us.

 

Each Sunday service begins and ends with a children’s message from priest or celebrant.   Throughout the school year, we also offer a high-quality Sunday School programme each week during the Sunday service.  The curriculum follows the Scripture texts used in the worship service, and the children are able to utilize their skills and creativity in various projects and crafts.

Father and sons in the play corner

Our littlest ones may play quietly during our service on our children’s pray-and-play carpet.  The rug, located at the back of our worship space, allows parents and children the flexibility and comfort of being together during our services.

Childrens Gallery 

Fourth Sunday after the Epiphany
Fourth Sunday after the Epiphany

Dear Lord Jesus. Just as you called the fishermen James and John to follow you, help me to also follow you in everything I think, say and do. Help me to be a FAT disciple– Faithful, Available and Teachable. Help me to become a good fisher of men - help me to tell others about you. Amen

Third Sunday after the Epiphany
Third Sunday after the Epiphany

The children greet the Rt. Rev. David Hamid, Suffragan Bishop of the Diocese in Europe

Show and Tell
Show and Tell

Father Frank asks children to show us their work at the end of each service

Fourth Sunday after the Epiphany
Fourth Sunday after the Epiphany

Dear Lord Jesus. Just as you called the fishermen James and John to follow you, help me to also follow you in everything I think, say and do. Help me to be a FAT disciple– Faithful, Available and Teachable. Help me to become a good fisher of men - help me to tell others about you. Amen

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Everyone who works with our children and adolescents by the way is thoroughly vetted through the Church of England’s Safeguarding scheme.  They also receive specialized training in Safeguarding procedures.  Consult the Diocese’s website, http://www.europe.anglican.org/ for details.