St. Andrew's midweek programme

Midweek groupsSt. Andrew’s has a midweek evening session every week, which everyone is very welcome to come along to. The sessions are as follows:

Wednesday 21st October: Working at Ashworth (Irene Riley) 7:30pm

Wednesday 28th October: NO MEETING : HALF TERM

Wednesday 4th November: Eucharist and Interactive Bible Study 6:45pm

Wednesday 11th November: Uppity Women (Fiona Steele) 7:30pm

Wednesday 18th November: Eucharist (before DCC) 6:45pm

Tuesday 25th November: Bring and Share Evening 7:30pm

Wednesday 2nd December: Eucharist (before PCC) 6:45pm

Monday 14th December: Community Carol Service

St. Andrew's Kids' Club

The Mummy Returns
The Mummy Returns

Activities are held twice a month for children aged 5 to 11.

On the 3rd Sunday of each month from 3pm to 4:30pm children meet at the church for a fast moving and fun session including teaching, singing, DVDs, drama, puppets, games, crafts and the famous Kids Club challenge. This year the theme is Junior Heros in which we are thinking what it means to be a hero for God, studying stories of children in the bible who were just that and linking the themes in with scenes from the film: The Incredibles.

On the first Saturday of every month from 10am to 11:15am we meet at the All weather pitches by Ravenscroft School  for football and Netball. One of our leaders is an F.A> qualified football coach and does a number of exercises with the children to improve their skills.

Both these sessions are free and open to any children between 5 and 11. For more details or to join in please ring Andy on 0151 5487969.

Wastewatchers Holiday Club

Dodging the rain for the games
Dodging the rain for the games

During the second week of the school holidays Wastewatchers Holiday Club took place at St. Andrew’s Church,¬†attracting over 40 children from the local schools in Tower Hill. A team of over 20 helpers from the church worked with them and a great time was had by all with singing, craft activities, DVDs, games and challenges often involving water and shaving cream. The theme was transformation and how God can bring life beauty and hope out of apparent dark and hopeless situations and we studied a number of bible stories which illustrated these themes together. Now autumn has come the children are continuing to attend our Kids Club learning what it means to be Junior Heros.

Extreme concentration...
Extreme concentration...
Beards back in fashion!
Beards back in fashion!
Don't hit the keyboard...
Don't hit the keyboard...

Link to older stories

Welcome to our new blog. This is where we will be posting news stories from the Parish of Kirkby, and the four Church of England churches here, St. Andrew’s, St. Chad’s, St. Mark’s and St. Martin’s.

Older news stories can be found at their previous locations as follows:

Parish News

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St. Mark’s News

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