we value children and young people very highly
At Wadhurst Parish Church, we value children and young people very highly.
We have many dedicated leaders and helpers who provide a full range of activities:
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Get in the Picture
We are a local pre-school parent and toddler group run by Wadhurst Parish Church.
Our aim is to be a relaxed and welcoming group, where any parents and carers, and children can feel valued.
We believe that routine is very important with children, so we try to maintain a level of structure while building a flexible and fun environment.
As we are a church group, we use bible stories during story time, and some songs have a Christian theme.
Here are the dates up until Christmas:
Follow this link to the online registration form or pick up a paper form in church with our display, or ask for a form at the school office. Paper forms can be posted into Carillon Cottage on the high street. If we have your form before the Tuesday of J Club, you can join the walking bus from Wadhurst Primary; parents/carers can collect children from the church at 5pm.
The first J Club of the school year will be Tues 24th Sept. This term we will be exploring characteristics of Jesus ‘The fruit of the spirit’ -which you can find in the New Testament part of the Bible, in the book called Galatians, chapter 5 verses 22-23.
The apostle Paul writes about how we should be growing up spiritually, but this growth is gradual and in seasons, like fruit growing on a tree. There will be a resident tree in church this term, especially for J Club, courtesy of one of our church patrons. Each week we will explore a few of the characteristics of Jesus in fun and craft filled ways and add our creations to the tree.
For more information please contact:
Hollie_familiesworkerWadhurstChurch@outlook.com Tel: 07921539856
Who Let the Dads Out
It’s held in Wadhurst Parish Church one Saturday morning each month and there are toys for the children and bacon rolls, croissants, refreshments and newspapers for the dads.
It runs from 9.30 – 11.30 and the dates for 2019 are:
Come along, we’d love to see you.