Children and families

We are a church for all, and we welcome families with children to attend our services, activities and events.

Children’s work on a Sunday

During our services, we provide children’s groups where children are looked after and learn about Jesus through craft and play.

IGNITE Children’s Group

Drop in from 3:30pm – 5:00pm IGNITE children’s Group. For Primary school years 3 – 6, in the Hall during term time.

Go to IGNITE page for more information.

Countdown to …

We are really excited about our new Event! Countdown to … is aimed at Children ages Reception to Year 6. It’s full afternoon of craft, games, music (with a live band), drama and songs. Parents can attend all afternoon or at 4.15 they can arrive and join their children for ‘The Big Show’ where the children themselves will contribute!

Younger children are welcome too but they need to be accompanied by their parent or carer. Look out for our next Countdown Event!

Stay & Play

Looking for a pre-school playgroup? We host ‘Stay & Play’ for all babies & pre-school children and their carers.

This includes soft play area for babies, sing along time and craft activities.

Refreshments available. No booking required, just come along.

Every Wednesdays and Fridays 9.30 – 11.15 a.m. (term time only). £2.00 per session.

Primary school work

We engage with the two local primary schools of Finham Primary & Stivichall Primary schools and enjoy a good relationship with them both. Our team goes into both schools delivering lessons which connect well with the national curriculum and assemblies that enjoyed by children and teaching staff. During the pandemic St Martin’s workers delivered both broadcast live lessons via Zoom and pre recorded assemblies. Some which can be found here …

We also welcome school children to come to participate in Christmas Unwrapped and Easter Cracked in church, These are interactive presentations from Scripture Union to explain the basis of these Christian festivals. Also, towards the end of the summer term we are delighted to go into the schools to assist in the preparation of year 6 in their transition to secondary school.