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Activities for children and young people

Click below for information on the following groups:

 

Members of the Toddlers Group enjoying having their picture taken

Junior Church

For children and young people aged 3 -18 in departments. Sundays 10.30 -11.30am. (On some Sundays all-age activities are held as an alternative)  

Junior Church meets during the service time on a Sunday morning. We aim to teach the children about the Christian way of life, morals and values, in an attempt to guide them towards making their own decision about wanting to become a Christian either now or later in life. Back to the top

Monday Club

School age children reception to year 6 (5 - 11 yrs). Mondays, approx. fortnightly 6.00 pm - 7.15 pm. (School term time only)

“Monday Club” aims to help children to learn more about Jesus, God and themselves. Reception - year 3 children enjoy Bible Stories, songs, craft, games and refreshments, while years 4 - 6 play pool, table tennis, table football, unihoc, football etc and enjoy crafts, Bible based videos and refreshments with tuck shop. Back to the top

Christ Church Methodist Youth Club

Children of Secondary School Age. Fridays 7.45 - 9.15pm (School term time only)

Youth Club gives young people the opportunity to participate in sports such as football, unihoc and table tennis or just chat/”chill out” with friends. Sometimes we go bowling or swimming or join in multi-activity nights at Lanfranc Youth Wing.  Back to the top

49th Croydon Beavers

Boys aged 6 - 8 years. Tuesdays 4.45 pm -5.45 pm.

 

The Beavers is an introduction into the Scouting organisation. Its aim is to encourage the personal development of the Beavers by promoting, kindness, sharing and friendship by using various methods such as fun, games, activities and craft nights. Every meeting is fun packed and fully supervised. Back to the top

49th Croydon Osprey Cubs

Boys aged 8 -11 years.Tuesdays 6 - 7.45 pm. (No meetings in school holidays.) 

 

We offer varied aspects of all Scouting activities.  We play games of all sorts, there are badge evenings, work towards different Scouting awards, cooking, parties and outings. We go camping twice a year. A full fun adventurous package which all seem to benefit from. No religious bias within the pack. Back to the top

49th Croydon Scouts

Boys aged 10 -15 years.
Tuesdays 7.45 pm. (No meetings in school holidays.) 

4th Addiscombe Rainbows

Girls aged 5 and 6 years. Fridays 5 - 6 pm. (no meetings in school holidays). 

 

Rainbows are part of the Guide Association. They belong to a unit and meet weekly. Rainbows take part in various activities and learn to share, and to be kind and helpful. They play games, paint, draw and make things. They enjoy singing games and at each meeting there is time for them to share their news with others. Back to the top

4th Addiscombe Brownies

Girls aged 7 -10+. Thursdays 6.30 pm – 8 pm. (No meetings in school holidays.)

 

We are a uniformed organisation that follows the 8 point Brownie plan which is: wide awake, lend a hand, being healthy, fun out of doors, friendliness, doing your best, making things, helping at home. We go on residential weekends, day trips and encourage tolerance, friendship and social skills through various activities. Back to the top

4th Addiscombe Guides

Girls aged 10+. Wednesdays 6.30 – 8pm (School term time only)

 

We are members of the Guide Association. The Guides are encouraged to ‘Go for it’ and try a wide range of challenges and activities that develop their skills and themselves. We enjoy indoor and outdoor activities including residential weekends and camping. Back to the top

Parent and Toddler Group

Parents plus babies and children under school age. Mondays & Wednesdays 9.30 - 11.45 am. (School term time only)  

Our group aims to provide a warm, safe and friendly environment for parents to bring their children. We offer toys, (suitable for all ages), jigsaws, painting etc. Tea, coffee, squash and biscuits are always available. It’s a good opportunity to meet other parents and have a chat.
 

 

 

 
 

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