Viv Kemp: March 2017
As our numbers keep growing here is news from the front line!
We have 4 groups in J Team:
0-4 years — Crèche is held in the front vestibule where there
is a helper every Sunday except on a family service.
4-7 years — Activities include colouring, sticking, games and
7-11 years — Activities include craft, drama, bible stories
and informal discussions.
11 + — Activities include bible study, discussions and drama.
We meet upstairs in room 4/5 at 10.20am but if your child doesn't want to come upstairs first then please encourage them to sit with us at the front of the church so we can sit as a group. We can then leave the church to go to our activities in a quick and orderly fashion!
We have a collection in J team every Sunday, which is used to buy resources and give donations to charities chosen by the children. Last year we gave donations to the Alfan Foundation and Florries team who give nursing care to local children with terminal illnesses.
Finally, we are all very friendly and have great fun so why not come and join us. Due to our increasing numbers, we really need new volunteers to be teachers or helpers on a rota basis so why not come and join the chaos and fun!
Please see any of the Sunday School teachers if you can help or contact Viv Kemp on Aylesbury 399315.
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