We love families and see children as an important part of the life of the church. We recognise the challenges of raising families in London and want to support parents and families wherever we can.

Every Sunday we run activities for children and young people aged 0-18 at our 11.00 meeting, including games, music, crafts and Bible stories. Find out more about the individual groups, or speak to a member of our team on a Sunday.


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Crèche: Babies

We provide crèche facilities from 11:00 each Sunday for any young children to play, sleep, feed and change. You are welcome to stay in the Ludgate Room with your child or to go and enjoy the service.

We also provide a facility for nursing mothers so please ask someone on either the Welcome Team or the crèche team. You will find them in the foyer on a Sunday before the service.

For further details, please contact Angie Catlett.

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Crèche: First Steps

Toddlers from walking age up to 2.5 years old meet for fun, games and singing in the Aldgate/Bishopsgate Room.

To find out more, speak to a member of the children’s team in the foyer on a Sunday, or email Vivian Obanobi.

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Jumping Beans

Jumping Beans is for those aged 2.5 years to school age. They meet in the Newgate Room for fun, games, songs and learning.

For further details, please speak to a member of the children’s team who will be in the foyer from 10:30, or email Joy Tilsley.

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Kids’ Club

Kids' Club runs every Sunday for children from school age to 10 years old. Often the children will join in worship in the main auditorium before going to their activities in the Newgate room.

For information see a member of the team in the foyer, or email Carina Cyril.

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Youth Group

We provide a range of activities for our ever-growing group of young people, aged 11-18.

To find out more, contact Kat Tait.

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Inclusion Team

The Inclusion Team works 1:1 with children who have special educational needs or learning difficulties, or who struggle to socialise with other children, helping them to engage with activities in a way that is accessible for them.

To find out more about the team or to get involved, please contact Tara Christie.

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