Youth Clubs

Youth Clubs are closed until further notice due to CoVid19

Flying Foxes is a kids club for children in school years 1-4. It runs every Friday during term time from 3.45pm-5.15pm. The club provides a activity packed time in a safe and friendly environment with a Christian ethos. The children enjoy games, craft, cooking, stories, music, outings and eating tea together. The sessions are themed and will always include a Christian message and opportunity for children ask questions and develop their spirituality. There are occasional opportunities for parents to join us for special events including a family camp every summer. We aim for child led learning and holistic nurturing of the individual.

M&M’s is a Kids club for children in school years 5-8. It runs every Friday during term time from 5.15pm-6.45pm. The club has sports facilities: badminton, Hockey, table tennis, air-hockey and much more. It offers activities such as cooking, craft, games, music, and a tuck shop. Occasionally there will be the provision of outdoor activities such as campfire cooking, den-building, laser-tag and nerf gun wars. There are opportunities for parents to join us for special events including a family camp every summer. The year 8 children going into year 9 the following September will have the opportunity to attend ‘middle park’ a summer camp which our youth group attend. We consider it a effective bridging activity when friendships are formed in preparation for joining our RYC group. This club will always include a Christian message and opportunity for spiritual discussion, teaching, reflection and prayer. Encouraging a holistic approach to caring for the growth of each individual.

RYC is a youth group for school years 9-13. It runs every Friday during term time from 7pm-9pm. The club offers sports facilities, cooking, craft, games, music and film nights. There are frequent outings and outdoor pursuits, and an  opportunity to attend ‘middle park’ summer camp. The club will always include a Christian message, opportunity for spiritual discussion, teaching, reflection, prayer and a greater focus on study of the Christian Bible. This club aims to encourage a holistic approach to care and nurturing each individual. We feel very strongly about providing new and exciting experiences and the opportunity and potential for our young people to develop important life skills. Therefore we support young people in the voluntary hours required for a Welsh Baccalaureate or Duke of Edinburgh award, and many of our young people volunteer at our Kids clubs, have the opportunity to be service crew members at summer family camps and have become active and valued members of our church and local community.

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