God made us to live life to the full and there are so many ways we can do that. Having fun is part of God’s plan for us – he made us so that we play! Being part of God’s family means we get to play and live and laugh and love one another, as Jesus loves us.
Remember – when you go online stay safe. If you see something that upsets you, tell an adult that you trust. Don’t talk to people online you don’t know in real life. So have fun and if your favourite site isn’t listed here – let us know!!
My Lighthouse – Red Collective
Big Family of God – Nick and Becky Drake
Great Big God – Vineyard Kids
I Give Thanks – Vineyard Kids
Live – Laugh – Love
There’s so much more to see and do on a journey to discover what an amazing God we have.
See below for what happens during the week at All Saints Church
If you’re under 5 then smAll Saints is your place on a Sunday – meeting every other week smAll Saints is a place to play, make noise and enjoy stories from the Bible
Young Saints meets every other Friday for fun, games, activities and a chance to grow as friends of Jesus. Young Saints on Sundays meets alternate Sundays during the year to learn more about being on an adventure with Jesus – ages 6-11 – Young Saints is the place to be
The Group With No Name Yet
If you’re 11+ then TGWNNY is for you – meeting on Fridays at 6:30pm for a place to Live, Laugh, Love and generally chill out! Check the calendar below for when TGWNNY starts!
Wednesdays 3:30pm – Term Time – activities and fun after School’s Out!
On the 1st Wednesday of each Month School’s Out Get’s Crafty with lots to make and do for everyone (Mums, Dads and Grandparents too!)
On the Third Wednesday we have Messy Church – This time the crafts help us explore a story from the Bible – with songs and lots of fun Messy Church is for everyone, young and old!
During School Holidays we meet on Wednesday from 12-3pm
Bring your lunch and if it’s nice we’ll eat outside.
Then lots of fun for everyone
The Parish of All Saints is committed to high standards in the safeguarding and care of children, young people and vulnerable adults. Our Safeguarding Officer is Mrs Stephanie Darbyshire who can be contacted by email – click on her name for the link. Our Parish Safeguarding Policy can be read in full by clicking here.