“Discoverers” is for all primary school children in from Reception to Year 5. The sessions run every two weeks during term time on a Friday between 5:00 and 6:30pm at St Mary’s Boston Spa.
The sessions include art & crafts along with games, singing and drama. Each session has a relevant bible-related theme and encourages children to play and work together as well as allowing for individual activity.
To receive a detailed programme of the dates and themes for this term contact Paul Martin: firstname.lastname@example.org
We meet every 1st and 3rd Thursday of the month in term time at 1.45pm until 3.00pm in St Mary's room, for babies, toddlers, parents and carers. The session starts with activities and play, followed by refreshments. There is then a short service with a story, singing, prayers, lots of action songs and musical instruments. It is run by members of the Mothers Union, for further information contact Janet McBride tel. 01937 843562
Sunday School runs every Sunday (except 1st Sunday of the month) during the 9.30am Eucharist Service, and is held in St. Mary’s Room starting at the same time.
It is open to all KS1 & 2 age children, although younger children are welcome although the activities generally require some reading ability.
The children play games and do craft activities based on a bible reading or theme from the adult service. So the same themes are covered in a more accessible way for the children. They rejoin the main Service at the time of the Peace. At this point they can either join their family or sit together, whichever they prefer. After Communion there will be the opportunity for them to share what they have been doing with the rest of the congregation. We hope this will help them to be more involved with the Service. If at any time the children are unsettled they can rejoin their family in the adult service, or should any child not wish to join Sunday school they are welcome to remain in the adult service.
For parental and family peace of mind all Sunday School leaders have a enhanced CRB check.