The heart of the community SCHOOLS

        Our church aims to reach out to our local schools and community groups and serve them in any way possible.

We can arrange for the usual assemblies or RE lessons to be given by an experienced and enthusiastic talker and in a fun and interactive manner, but why restrict your school experience to just that?

        Why not visit us? We can arrange for storytelling, tours of the site, information on Christianity or a wider exploration of Faith and belief in the 21st century.

        We can help you to provide a contemplative space – at your school or in our church -  where children can let go of everyday pressures and explore their own imaginations for a while.

         Or maybe you are exploring a social issue such as homelessness and would appreciate a visual and interactive representation.

       Do you need a large venue for an assembly, an exhibition of children’s work, a celebration service for those leaving for new schools after the summer break?

     We can offer a spacious building that is wheelchair and pushchair friendly and has ample parking.

Do you need help to create an Easter or Christmas display at school? Would you like somewhere to hold an Easter bonnet parade? Do you need a large kitchen space for children to explore a project on healthy eating?

       In God all things are possible so please ask us to help.

Contact Mandy Saunders by Email

or by phone 07519 163 974

              Our usual policy is not to charge for schools liaison work.

       Would you like us to pray for you or your school? Send prayer requests to my e-mail and I will pass them on to our prayer ministry team who will pray for you. Just a first name or a situation is enough if you prefer not to send details.

                     You can turn to God at any time and in any place.



                We are running a prayer spaces event in the week of Monday

October 2nd to Friday October 6th that will be ‘Harvest’ themed. Bring your class to learn about foodbanks, homelessness, poverty and other social issues. We will provide a contemplative space and interactive activities for the children to explore their own thoughts on these subjects.




        During the week Monday December 4th to Friday December 8th our ‘Christmas Through the Keyhole’ event is planned. Children will hear the Nativity story and then have the opportunity to explore various rooms set up as if belonging to the characters of the story. Will they guess which character belongs in which room by studying the contents within? A chance for them to understand more of the characters and what they might have thought and felt 2000 years ago when the events happened.