Our Children's Work is currently amalgamated into one programme 

Sunday 25th October. 9.30 am in Church
Jonah and the Big Fish

Chris will be telling afresh the story of Jonah and the Whale, and together we will be exploring and reflecting on what it might mean for us today. There will be a chance to dance along to the children's favourite songs (sorry, no singing in Church at the moment), prayer, refreshments, and of course an opportunity to catch up with each other.

Sunday 8th November. 
A Morning Walk of Remembrance

Kath will be leading the youngsters on a walk from the end of the lane at Egypt, down through the woods to Petit Port and the Captain Philip Ayton Memorial for a time of reflection. Thereafter, coming back to Church for a craft activity and hot chocolate. Further details to follow.

Sunday 6th December. 9.30 am Online
Christingle Service

Streaming live from the Rectory kitchen the Rector will be cooking up a Christingle - Blue Peter style – no doubt he will have one he prepared earlier. And with the help of friends we'll tell story afresh and reflect on the symbolism with prayers and song. As last year, the 6th Jersey Scouts are looking forward to joining us so there will be lots of faces online.

The Zoom 'invitation' to join the service will be found on the Church website, go to the online services page.

Sunday 13th December. 2.30 pm in Church
Children's Film Afternoon

A fun relaxed afternoon for all the young ones, watching a seasonal movie and enjoying popcorn and pizza. Bring a rug and cushion to get cosy on the floor.

Sunday 20th December. 9.45 am in Church
Scratch Nativity

In recent years this has been a real highlight and lots of memorable fun. Bring the children in their favourite Nativity costume (lobsters etc positively encouraged) or pick a costume from our rail of outfits when you arrive. Together, with the help of a simple script we will re-tell the greatest story and enjoy our favourite carols. Refreshments and a simple gift for every child.

We endeavour to follow the Government guidelines regarding church gatherings; these currently allow up to 40 participants, including children, plus 10 leaders and helpers. When attending the events we will encourage you to follow the 1 metre physical distancing, but acknowledge that the children will tend to go by their own rules.