The Light Party
Do something different this Halloween! All Kids in Reception to Year 6 are welcome from 3-5pm at Gas Street... come along for games, snacks, craft & fun
Sign-up now and we can't wait to see you there!
GAS STREET KIDS
Gas Street Kids meet at both the 9:30am & 11:30am gatherings, and is open to all children aged 18 months-old up to School Year 6
There are 3 groups at each session divided by age: NRC (Nursery Reception Crèche), Years 1-3 and Years 4-6. Our hope is that the Kids will encounter God, make new friends, and have a lot of fun!
There will be games, crafts, worship, prayer, plus time to unpack the Bible… and not forgetting drinks and biscuits! The sessions are led by our fantastic Gas Street Kids Team who are all DBS-checked
At the 9:30am gathering, parents are welcome to register their children between 9-9:30am and are invited to check their children in at 9:20am
At the 11:30am gathering, parents are welcome to register their children between 11- 11:30am and are invited to check their children in at 11:20am
Contact James Leavy (Kids & Youth Pastor) at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information
There is also a dedicated space with toys for parents with babies under 18-months where you’ll be able to hear what’s going on in the main worship area, even if your little one decides to make lots of noise or needs some food and a nappy change!
Worship for Everyone
Our Worship for Everyone gatherings happen throughout the year at our morning gathering. Worship for Everyone is a opportunity for the whole church; from the youngest to the oldest, to worship together in one space. These gatherings are planned with ALL ages in mind, so whether you’re a parent or not it’s a wonderful chance to be together as one big church family
Stay & Play
Stay & Play is a place for 0-5 year old's and their Grown Ups to meet midweek, to have fun and build friendships. There are a range of activities, games and craft and refreshments provided. Stay & Play is also a group for parents to connect with each other in the local community and to form supportive and encouraging friendships