Peasedown youngsters enjoy big summer adventure
Children living in Peasedown St John and the surrounding area took part in three action packed days of fun and games during the school summer holidays last week. St John’s Church, with a dedicated team of children’s workers, hosted the SJs Big Adventure Holiday Club – which featured the very best entertainment for primary school aged children.
Rob Bubyer, the children’s pastor at St John’s Church, said:
‘‘Our church holiday clubs for children have become so popular that we now host six a year, instead of the two or three we’ve put on in previous years.
St John’s has a growing children’s ministry that is doing more and more each week to engage and enthuse young people in our village.”
High demand meant that almost 100 children had registered for the three-day adventure - the maximum number permitted. Those that came were treated to action packed activities, DVD presentations, Bible stories, and fun and laughter with Peasedown’s two very own wildlife park rangers!
Revd Matthew Street added:
“These children’s holiday clubs are in addition to work we’re doing across the community.
At St John’s church, which is part of the wider St J’s Group of Anglican churches, we run regular school assemblies, after-school clubs, breakfast clubs, seasonal holiday clubs, and four children’s groups every Sunday. We also hold our Sunday afternoon worship meetings at Peasedown Youth and Children’s Centre.”
The fun and games continued on Sunday too, where parents and carers came along to St John’s Church to see what the children have been doing and learning throughout the week.
For more details about SJs Big Adventure and other children’s holiday clubs at St John’s Church visit: www.stjsgroup.org/holidayclubs