Adventure church

Week St Mary Adventure Church

Week St Mary Adventure Church is a response to  the needs of families who want their children to develop their Christian lives in  lively, interactive relationships with the church and other children and adults. It gives children the opportunity to learn about the Christian way of life whilst working and playing together, as far as possible outdoors. Adventure is central to each meeting and children can be sure to experience something new and exciting every time  we get together.

Adventure Church also offers adults and teenagers the chance to bring and share their own particular interests and skills and every effort will be made to use those gifts as resources.

Each meeting will include a story, song or poem with a Christian message, a simple meal that the children will be able to prepare for themselves , an Adventure and a

 

concluding prayer or reflection.

For further details phone  Sue 341579 or Lesley 341221. Meetings will normally be in the church grounds but the Adventure may take us nearly anywhere so phone if you are coming for the first time

We have a Facebook Group called Week St Mary Adventure Church. Please search for us on Facebook and ask to join the group to receive weekly information about our activities 

The Bread of Life  March 2018 Activities

We have recently been talking about how Jesus asked his friends to share his favourite food in a last meal before he had to leave them. Bread was a very special food to Jesus and as he shared that last meal, he asked them to remember him every time they broke bread together.

Two Adventurers are shown here making bread in their Adventure Church session 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Following an intersting session with Reverend Rob, where we shared bread ad juice together, many of our members came to the Easter Sunday Communion Service led by Archdeacon Audrey and some shared the bread of Communion and received a blessing at the communion rail. We have special books for children to use during communion called 'My Communion Book'. Families may like to use these books together during such services to help youbgsters to find their way around and find out what is happening at the various special parts of the service. Our children are well used to being in church and are comfortable even in these more formal services. 

Family Service is a specially written service for families using modern materails and technology  - everyone s welcome on the first Sunday of each month at 9.30am. We find that many older people also appreciate the style of the service and it's straightforward message.