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Category: Junior Church

Join us for messy Church!

We are pleased to announce that Messy Church is coming to the Priory Church this half term.

The afternoon is open to all and promises creative, fun filled activities for all ages as well as shared worship, food and friendship.

The first session is planned for Wednesday 31st October from 2.30-4pm in the Priory Church Hall.

For further details click here to read the poster. We look forward to seeing you!

3rd Dunstable Beavers end of term picnic

Dear Parents & Beavers of 3rd Dunstable group,

Thank you very much for your support during this term.
Next week (10th July) will be our final week of the term and we plan to celebrate with a family picnic on the Downs.
We will meet in front of the Visitor Centre at 5.30pm. Please bring a picnic and if Teddies would like to come they will be very welcome.

Please note we need the 1:4 plus one ratio, so parents, grandparents and brothers and sisters are very welcome.
Best wishes

The Leader Team

Easter children’s workshop

Join us for our Easter workshop on Saturday 7th April from 9.45am until 1pm.

Lots of Easter themed crafts and fun! Children need clothes suitable for paint and glueing. Don’t forget to bring a hard boiled egg to decorate and a 1 small plastic disposable tray to hold a clay dove (e.g. blueberry tray). All children and adults are welcome!

We look forward to seeing you!

If you have any queries contact Penny Garrod on 01582 663384.

Chellington youth weekend

At the end of September 21 young people from the parish aged between 10 and 17 spent the weekend at the Chellington Youth Centre in North Bedfordshire with Richard and Alison Andrews and Kaye and Ian Rogers.

Rhyannan Rogers writes…

Chellington with the parish was amazing once again this year.  We got up to lots of exciting things such as team games (which were very challenging) making our own dinner and getting to know the newcomers. It was good to see the people that I only see at Chellington and catching up with them. We carried on our tradition again this year and went for a walk around the local lake and going to the cafe for cake afterwards. We have a 10-15 minute worship each day to give us time to reflect on the events that have happened and to all come together in a quiet atmosphere. I would definitely recommend this weekend to any young people of the parish as its a good way to get to know other young members and have a fun weekend. Thank you again to Richard, Alison, Kaye and Ian for organizing a great weekend once again.

Chellington Youth Weekend

SUN, Nov 19, 2017

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