During the week as well as on weekends we run activities for all ages.




Parent and Toddler groups at Connect Church are an excellent way of meeting parents and carers of young children in the local area. They run to benefit children aged under 4 years (pre-school) and are attended by mums and dads, grandparents, childminders or nannies, and their children.

One of the key aims of the Parent and Toddler Groups is to provide a warm and friendly environment for local families to come into the church building and make friends. Caring for babies and young children can be both exhausting and isolating and toddler groups are an excellent way of enabling parents and carers to establish their own informal ‘support networks’.

Our parent and toddler group commencing post summer 2017 every Wednesday from 9:45 – 11:30am.

A wide variety of age-appropriate toys, games, activities, ride-on bikes and pre-school equipment is available each week, together with optional craft activities. Song and story time takes place weekly.

Refreshments are provided during each session.

For more details please email info@connect-church.co.uk.




For Kids on Sundays

During the service on a Sunday we run our “Kids Connect Church” Session where they learn about God’s teachings through play, songs and craft.

For younger children we have a crèche with lots of time to play, as well as time to listen to Bible stories and do some craft activities.

The older children learn more about Jesus by listening to Bible stories, playing games, and becoming interactive with the stories.

For more information contact kids@connect-church.co.uk

Little Stars


For Kids on Sundays

Little Stars is available to babies, toddlers and pre-schoolers, where the leaders engage the children with games, stories, song time and prayer.

Please speak to our welcome team to be introduced to the Little Stars Leader.

Connect Church works hard to ensure the safeguarding of children, young people and vulnerable adults is at a high standard.

Connect Church is fully committed to protect and safeguard the children, young people and adults in its care.  It is the corporate responsibility of all staff, volunteers and persons in a position of trust to prevent the neglect, physical, mental, spiritual or sexual abuse of God’s young people.

For more information on our safeguarding policies and procedures please do ask.