All Saints Kids

If you’re a new family at All Saints and thinking about making this your church, then we would love to welcome your children to our Sunday groups. It would be great if you could fill out this consent form so we know what we need to know in order to provide well for your children.

Fill in the online consent form here.

Your information will the be stored securely and used to register children and keep them safe on a Sunday.

Let us know if you have any questions. Thanks so much & looking forward to getting to know you!

Becky  (

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Groups on a Sunday


0-3’s – Little Saints

For the under 3’s who we prefer to call Little Saints, there is a Crèche, which takes place in our special baby and toddler-friendly room in the hall during the Sunday morning service, run by parents and helpers who have undergone police checks and references. All Saints have many under-threes who make their first steps with us both physically and in faith.

Each week we play, share Bible stories and sing songs about God and the world around us.

3-5’s – Foundation Stage

For children in Foundation Stage (3-5years) we have a play-based Sunday Club group, where the children can build on their knowledge of Bible stories whilst having fun and making new friends. Each week we focus on a different Bible story that teaches us more of God’s awesomeness (we follow the same Bible themes as the older children). We sing, pray, dance, dress-up, build things, create things, make things, read things, share things, talk, laugh and play!  All with an amazing team of leaders.

School Year’s 1-4 – Sunday Club

School Year’s 1-4 head to the Church Hall for a healthy dose of organised chaos as we seek to get to know Jesus with the aid of great games, story telling, and a water pistol with the aid of our amazing team of leaders.

School Year’s 5-6 – Torches

We wanted this group to have a name that speaks of their identity in Christ. The vision behind the name 'Torches' is twofold. First, to remind the children that, like a modern torch, they are to shine light into darkness, and to use the light and truth of God's Word to expose the things of darkness for what they are. Secondly, torches back in the day were on fire - we want our children to be on fire for God! We hope that this new name will help to affirm a strong identity based not on a place but on who the children are.


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Thursdays at 3:30pm in the Church:

A weekly discipleship after school club for children in years 5 and 6. We play games, make things, eat wonderful snacks and journey with Jesus together! Find out more from Becky -