SEEKERS
A group for young people 0 to teens meet usually on 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 5th Sundays of the month in the church hall from 9.45am onwards.

On the 4th Sunday of each month the young people take an active part in the Family Service.

A creche available on other Sundays if required. Parents welcome to accompany their children.

We are involved in so much of the Church life from leading the 10am service on the first Sunday each month, to hosting the Christingle service on Christmas Eve to running the games in the Summer Fayre, making pancakes on Shrove Tuesday to cleaning the Church.  The children are especially pleased to be able to let the congregation know what they have been learning in Seekers at the end of the 10am service each week. We appreciate the support and encouragement that the congregation continue to give us.

Our Sunday sessions in the Church Hall include play, craft, stories and snacks and, for the older ones a few challenges to help them in their understanding and growth within the Church.

 

Our Sunday sessions in the Church Hall include play, craft,
stories and snacks and, for the older ones a few challenges
to help them in their understanding and growth within the Church

Shrove Tuesday – The Seekers cooking pancakes for everyone.

 

 

Churchyard – We use the outside spaces of our Church when we can and we
appreciate the wonderful buildings that we have.

 

“Pebbles” at Play – We have the use of our Church Hall on Sunday mornings
and our younger children get the chance to learn through play.

 

“Rocks” performing – Our older children performed a short play that
they created as part of leaning the difference
between friend and servant.
The younger children enjoyed watching their performance

 

Carol Singing – Our older Seekers joined the Carol Singers and some were dressed as
Mary and Joseph. We were joined by a Donkey from the Elizabeth Svendsen Trust (who even joined the older Carol Singers in the pub at the end!)

 Christingle – The Seekers led the Christingle Service and we explained the meanings of the Christingle using our large Christingle that we made.