ALL SAINTS CLUB ONLINE
All Saints Club Online is for children and young people aged 4 to 15. The weekly Sunday afternoon sessions on Zoom are filled with chatting, games, faithful Bible teaching and the opportunity to show we depend on God by praying to Him.
LUKE GROUP (4 – 11 YEARS) 3.00 – 3.45PM. We are currently learning from the Jesus Storybook Bible and accompanying resources written by Tim Keller. The Jesus Storybook Bible is a wonderful way to teach the big story of the Bible whilst at the same time encouraging children to look for Jesus in every Bible story they read, whether it is in the Old or New testament. We have a fun game or two each week which we aim to link with the story. We have time to chat and find out about each other, we listen to songs and pray together. Sometimes the children are given a task to do during the week in readiness for the next Sunday. Our hope is to provide a happy, faithful church community time which builds the children up in their knowledge of God and His word. Our overall aim is that each child will trust and depend on God as they grow.
MATTHEW GROUP (11 – 15 YEARS) 4.00 – 5.00PM. Our focus is to study a book of the Bible using supporting materials from the Good Book Company. We are currently studying Philippians seeking to understand it and apply it to our hearts and lives. Each week we have time to catch up, play fun games, to be encouraged by songs and to pray together. Our hope is to encourage the young people to know, believe and trust God’s Word. We want to support your ministry to your children by helping them to put their trust in Jesus. We hope that the Matthew Group will give them some friendship time as well as time to encourage one another in their faith.
HOW TO JOIN IN A safeguarding consent form is required from parents before a child can join either group. This gives permission for your child to participate in the Zoom session. Please contact Georgina Blight through the church office (Tuesday to Friday from 9:15am – 2:30pm) to find out more. firstname.lastname@example.org 01206 243261