Telling the Easter story using an A4 piece of paper
Here’s some instructions to tell the Easter story using an A4 piece of paper – or you can watch the video here.
Making a Paper Palm Cross
Here’s some instructions to make your own paper palm cross – or you can watch the video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iUcNET1Y_KU
Junction now on Zoom!
We are delighted that we can now offer the Junction on Zoom. To find out more please download the April Families Newsletter. To book a place, please contact our Director of Children’s and Families Ministry, Linda Hicks on email firstname.lastname@example.org.
St Alphege **The Junction in-person Service is currently on hold**
At 9.15am there’s a choice of:
The Junction which meets in the Oliver Bird Hall – A lively, laid back and informal service for young families offering tailored activities for children of all ages. The Junction joins the 9.15am church building congregation for Holy Communion, a final song and a blessing.
St Alphege Kids which meets in the Church building – Children leave after the opening prayers to learn about the Bible and God’s good news for us, using a mixture of song, story and craft and then return to their families for Communion. Parents are welcome to accompany their children, but many remain in the main church for the readings and sermon.
After Communion, a craft table and flags (during the last hymn) are made available for children.
St Alphege All Age Worship – On the second Sunday of the month, the Junction and 9.15 church building congregation meet together for an All Age Eucharist. A worship band leads contemporary songs. Young people often act as servers, and the teaching is especially suitable for children and families.
Every Sunday in term time at 10.00 am (apart from the third Sunday of the month when it’s Jigsaw at 4pm) there is worship in a modern space with a community feel with tailored activities for children.
Every Sunday in term time at 10.30am there is worship in the school hall where a warm and welcoming space is created for all ages to worship. There is a crèche for little ones and activities for children of all ages. On the second Sunday of the month everyone worships together with activities for all ages.
Church on a Sunday morning tricky? Then we have the perfect thing:
4pm at St Helen’s on the third Sunday of the month – A time to get together with others to explore a Bible story in lots of different ways, to sing and pray to God and to have tea together. It’s for everyone and we hope it will be for you!
For more information contact Linda Hicks, Director of Children’s and Families Ministry