Children and Youth

Start children off on the way they should go,
and even when they are old they will not turn from it.
— Proverbs 22:6

At St Andrew’s, we believe that children and young people are immensely important to God and we aim to provide a safe environment where young people can grow in their relationship with Jesus and have fun.

Sunday mornings


We currently run various age appropriate groups on a Sunday morning at our 10:30am service giving our children a safe environment to learn and grow. Time together includes games and activities, bible stories and prayer time as well as crafts and discussion time. We want children at St Andrew's not just to develop their knowledge of Jesus but to have opportunity to build a relationship with him, hearing him speak and learning to pray for one another.

Our midweek activities for children and young people are listed below and we are also actively involved with a number of our local schools.

All of our group leaders and helpers are DBS checked.

Our Safeguarding coordinator at St Andrew’s Church is Sue Lord - any concerns should be reported to her via


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thursday mornings

We’re delighted to have recently relaunched a new parent and toddler group which will run from 10am-12pm during term time, in the Church Hall. There will be time for fun, games, snacks, songs and a simple story from the Bible. Entry will be £1 but your first visit is free! For more details, please contact us.


friday nights



F@6 is a fun-packed group for children. There is time to meet up with friends, play games, eat tuck, have discussions, watch films and much more. We also have regular trips out, recent ones have included bowling, Kilnworx and dry-slope tubing.

When? Friday 6-7:15pm (during term time)                                       

Who's it for? Young people in school years 5 and 6                     

Where? St Andrew's Church Hall (behind the church)           

Cost? £1 per week (your first visit is free!)



Fusion is an exciting youth group for young people. Evenings include time to chill with friends, play games, engage in discussion and take the opportunity to treat yourself from our well-stocked tuck-shop. We also have regular trips out that have included dry slope tubing, Flip-Out, bowling, Kilnworx Climbing Centre, ice skating and the Soul Survivor festival.

When? Fridays 8pm to 9:30pm (during term time)           

Who’s it for? Young people in school years 7 to 11           

Where? St. Andrew’s Church Hall (behind the church).         

Cost? £1 per week (your first visit is free!)