At St Christopher’s we understand the importance of encouraging learning about God for our children and young people.

We have a wide range of services and activities that cater for the younger members of our church and wider community. Please do not feel that you must attend church to join in with our groups; everyone is welcome.

Some of these activities are:

For more information on each individual group please click on the links on each of the above named groups.

*Please note that the scouts and guides groups are both independent groups with links to the church. You will need to contact them directly for membership information. Please see individual group pages for more information.

Sunday Groups:

Connecting Kids with God.

Our vision is to "Value, Nurture, Respect and Grow through God's Love". Through an encouragement of mutual respect and a desire to live out what it means to serve God, children will learn to discover God's word together.

Children are part of our Church family and so part of everything we do. Our aim to to make Sunday morning enjoyable for both children and families.

We have lots of fun, games and activities whilst exploring about God and Jesus.

On Sunday morning (with the exception of Parade Service on the 3rd Sunday of every month), Kids' Connection meets during both our traditional service at 9am and at our contemporary service at 10.30am.

We begin with Worship time where leaders, helpers and children meet to sing, pray and discuss the theme of the day.

The youngest of our children (ages 0-5) learn through play, songs and appropriate Christian teaching.

Children between the ages of 5 and 11 become involved in a range of activities that explore Bible stories, specific religious days and develop their own faith through discussion, art and craft activities, worship songs and friendships.

Children that are 12 and over have opportunities to grow further in their faith by discussing issues affecting our world today and developing a deeper understanding of what it means to be a Christian.