Category Archives for "Youth and Children"

Aug 20

Vintage Church 20th August

Vintage Church Philippians 4:7 And the peace of God, which passeth all understanding, shall keep your hearts and minds through Christ Jesus. Today we have a selection of Adult Colouring in and some worship music to listen to. Set aside some time today to just be with God.  Colour in, listen and pray 

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Aug 13

Vintage Church: 13th August

Vintage Church: The Good Shepherd This week we are looking at The Good Shepherd. The bible readings we are looking at are John 10 11-16 and Luke 4-7 Discussion points: What does the reading say or mean to you?  Am i following what God is asking of me?  Who in my life are mentors and leaders […]

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Jul 31

St Francis Camp Out

Hi Everyone!! Hopefully you will beable to join me for our St Francis Camp Out Zoom Session, Saturday 2nd August @ 6,30 and that you have been able to try out some of our camp out activitives with your family.  Below are some of the songs we will do / you can do during your camp […]

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Jul 31

YACC Sunday 2nd August

Our Reading today is from John 10 1-10: “1I tell you the truth, anyone who sneaks over the wall of a sheepfold, rather than going through the gate, must surely be a thief and a robber! 2 But the one who enters through the gate is the shepherd of the sheep. 3 The gatekeeper opens the […]

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Jul 31

St Francis Camp Out: S’mores

Today’s St Francis Camp Out activity is making S’mores! For your s’mores kit you will need: A packet of biscuits A bag of large marshmallows A few of your favourite brand of plain chocolate bars A long stick (or metal roasting stick) – for toasting the marshmallows The willpower to stop eating them before you feel sick How to make s’mores: Take […]

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Jul 30

St Francis Camp Out: Bingo!

Morning everyone! Today’s Camp Out activity is Camping Bingo!  Below you will find 4 Bingo Cards which can be printed off and given to each family member, some can share if you have more than 4 players. You could do prizes for a line  (top to bottom)  and then keep playing for a full house.  There is […]

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