Christmas is coming

Dates and information for your diaries:

Saturday November 20th (10am – 12pm): Christmas tree decoration making session for our entry to the St Bart’s Christmas tree festival. Drop in to church to help make our tree, just turn up ready to get crafty, open to all. Refreshments will be available.

Saturday December 11th at 4pm : Nativity service at CBC Priory Street

Thursday December 16th – Thursday 23rd :Nativity Trail around Corsham.  Look out for more information nearer the time. If you live within a comfortable walk to church and would like to display a picture for the trail, please speak to Rhiannon

Collected children’s activities

We’re pleased to say that most of our children’s activities are now happening in person once again. We’d love to welcome you if you’re new to the area or just looking for something new, so if that’s you why not introduce yourself – we’d love to hear from you. Activities include:

Toddlers We are now meeting in person for Toddlers, with limited spaces bookable through our Facebook page. For freeplay, craft, snack and singing in the garden and church. 10-11:30am on a Thursday during term time.

Junior Church (KS1 & 2) From September 12th we will be running 2 groups for children in Junior Church.  We will continue to meet in the garden at 10am for worship together before splitting in to 2 teaching groups; a younger group that will be for children up to year 3 and an older group for years 4 to 6.  We will run two separate groups providing there are enough children in each group to make it viable. You will be able to leave your child with us and join in the service in the sanctuary. This is a fantastic opportunity for you to speak to Rhiannon to find out about serving in Junior Church, if you want to know more about children’s work, Rhiannon can be found in the garden.

Mid-week groups (KS1 & 2) meet to chat and share various activities weekly; once again contact Rhiannon for details.

The Ark A monthly term time children’s service with bible story, craft, singing and puppets in the church. For more information please visit The Ark on Facebook.