JAM is the junior church programme for children between 0 - 10 years old
What is Sunday JAM?
We have approximately 80 children, split into 6 different age groups and we love welcoming new families and children. We are also able to offer one to one support for children with special needs.
What happens during Sunday JAM?
For one hour on a Sunday, we teach and care for the children and babies during the 11:00 service. The children all start off in the congregation for the first fifteen minutes, then go to their different groups.
We aim to give interesting and age appropriate Bible lessons, sharing the Good News of the Gospel and helping the children to grow in their faith. We pray with the children, learn memory verses, sing, make things, cook and have FUN!
How often does Sunday JAM meet?
We meet every Sunday for groups apart from the 4th Sunday of the month when we have an informal JAM Praise Service.
What is BREAD?
Once a month, the eldest two groups, Blackberry and Apricot, meet for various activities and have an opportunity to make closer friendships. For example, this term we have made pizzas and played games; we will be going skating in Oxford and have a film night planned.
For more information contact our Children's Ministry Co-ordinator Jo Vickers or 07930 430546
Rock-a-Tots is a singing group for babies and toddlers on Tuesday mornings in the Warwick Hall.