Children's work


Children's Groups on Sundays

Creche

Creche is led by experienced leaders and provides a safe and gentle environment.  There are toys and activities.  For more information on this group please contact the church office.

 

Junior Church (primary children)

Junior Church is an action-packed, creative, hands-on place of teaching and prayer for primary school aged children.
Once a month we have a "Sunday School Special" where the children stay in the groups for the whole service, enjoying an extended session with extra worship, fun and food!  Please check the home page for details on each week.  

 


Children's Groups in the week 

Little Club Toddler Church

Wednesday mornings in term time.  9am until 11.30am. (No fee - donations only)
 

holiday club
 

Little Club is fun all the way! Parents and  grandparents, carers and their children are warmly welcomed with tea, coffee and freshly buttered toast. The morning includes plenty of toys, singing and music, a Bible story time and craft activity.
 

We also enjoy a farm visit in December with a whole host of nativity animals!

 

BIG Club after school club

Tuesday afternoons in term time.  3,15pm to 4.15pm


BIG Club ‘Believe in God’ is a fun group including Bible stories, craft, games, refreshments, singing and activities. This is a free after-school activity club.
 

Holiday Club  

This popular annual holiday club is a noisy, action-packed week of daily games, craft, singing and other fun things, including the traditional water fight. Once again, it's free and open to all primary school-aged children.
 

Each year we explored the love of God through music, drumming, lots of jumping up and down, indoor and outdoor games, competitions, themed craft, dance, activity challenges and a and picnic on the field.
 

This club runs in the first week of the Wiltshire school summer holidays. Monday to Friday mornings with a special service on the Sunday.
 


Local Schools

Philip Rhoades, Katy Ullyatt and other church members support local schools in leading worship assemblies, councils, Religious Education days, mentoring programs, and as foundation governors.

 
 

Safeguarding

Downton Baptist Church is committed to safeguarding children and vulnerable adults. Our safe to grow statement is: As members of this church, we commit ourselves to the nurturing, protecting and safekeeping of all, especially children and young people, as laid out in our Policy Statement. We ask all members to be vigilant for the safety of our children in the building at all times, especially on a Sunday morning.

 

The safeguarding policy is under regular review and is displayed on the notice board in the foyer.  All those leading work with children and vulnerable adults have a DBS check.