The Families, Children and Young People’s Team is led by Mairwen Large, our Children and Families worker, and provides opportunities for families, children and young people to worship and learn about Jesus in a variety of informal settings, both in our church building and in the local community. You can contact Mairwen on her mobile 07968 864114, or at email@example.com
Holiday Bible Club
In the first week of the school summer holiday we hold our annual holiday club, this year covering reception to year 9. Find out more about our Jungle Jaunt …
This is our Messy Church and meets every second Sunday of the month at 4 pm in the church. There are creative activities, games, and a simple time of worship. Afterwards a meal is provided for everyone in the Parish Hall.
Open the Book
A team of people from different churches in the area work closely with Crickhowell Primary School, providing an Open the Book assembly each week.
Under 5’s Services
We invite the nursery and reception classes from Crickhowell Primary School, along with pre-school groups, to an Under 5’s Service once a term and for harvest.
This is a mother and toddler group meeting in the Parish Hall 9.30 – 11.30 am on Monday. Creative crafts, time to chat and mid-morning refreshments.
During the first week of the summer holidays there is a Holiday Bible Club in the Primary School for primary-age children, and teenagers are also encouraged to come along help with the activities.
The youth work is currently overseen by Kerry Andrews. There are 2 groups, one for those aged 10-16 led by Kerry and team, and the other for the 14-18’s led by Suzanne and Ed Walker.
The groups enable the church to connect and engage with young people, to help them to explore the Christian Faith, provide them with opportunities to respond, and guide them as they grow in their personal faith with God.
Members of the church have a vision to grow the youth work, so the post of a paid, part time Youth Leader has been created and advertised. We are looking for a passionate, gifted and enthusiastic person, who would lead and build on the youth work which has been going on in the church for many years.
We do not run a traditional Sunday School, but we still aim to provide child-centred activities during the 10.45am Sunday Service. The first Sunday of the month is normally a family service, and the talk is suitable for children as well as adults.