Sunday Club is what we call church for our junior members.
Crèche: the youngest people in our church family, from babes in arms up to around aged three.
Primary: church family members aged from around 3 to about 6 or 7 years old.
Juniors: members of the congregation aged from around 6 or 7 up to about 10 years old.
At the moment we are experimenting with some joint sessions where the Primary and Juniors get together and share activities, so if you come along you may find both groups together.
Seniors: older children in the congregation aged over 10.
Fusion: that's what we call it when we all get together. We mostly do that on Sundays in the school holidays.
We meet just before 10.30 every Sunday morning, except when it's a family service (sometimes called All Age Worship) when everyone is in church together for the whole service. Have a look on the Worship page for dates of family services or Communion.
Usually we meet in our groups first and all go into church together to share the first part of the service with the grown ups. Then we go into our groups for some fun and to learn about Jesus and the Bible in our own way. In Communion services we usually stay in our groups until the adult service gets to that stage. Then we join the grown ups for Communion and stay to the end of the service instead.
We do lots of different things week by week, but now that we come to think of it all of them seem to involve giggling at some point. We think Jesus approves of giggling.
Often different groups will talk about the same thing each week, but they look at it from a different point of view.
If you're visiting Four Oaks and want to give Sunday Club a try you'll be very welcome. You can always ask the person who greets you at the door when you arrive, or any of the stewards with name badges you will see around the church, to introduce you to one of the Sunday Club team.
If you need to speak to someone beforehand - about any special needs for instance - or if you have any questions about Sunday Club please contact the office. We'll put you in touch with someone who can help you.
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