Sparks (Ages 0-4)

Kings loves providing a safe and stimulating environment for babies and toddlers each Sunday. Sparks begins at 10.45am up in the Mayfield room, with a variety of interesting toys, puzzles and children’s books. A drink and biscuit is always on hand for those who fancy it. Parents, especially those visiting for the first time, are more than welcome to stay upstairs with their children. There is also craft available and children enjoy a time for singing and stories. Please ask any of our hosting team who will gladly point you in the right direction.

Flame (Ages 5-10)

Flame is the Sunday morning children’s work at Kings. It aims to provide great fun, excellent teaching from the Bible, and encouragement for children to live for Jesus. Flame supports parents, carers and families as they encourage their children in the Christian faith. Flame takes place on Sunday mornings. Children join in with the rest of the Church in worshipping Jesus, and at 10.45am meet together in the Burwash Room for the remainder of the morning.

Blaze (Ages 10-15yrs)

Blaze is for young people aged 10-15yrs. We want to help young people follow Jesus, learning what it means to be a Christian. We want to show them how the bible is relevant to teenage life, helping you grow in understanding and love for other people. We meet at State Hall on Sundays at 10.30am and join with the whole Church for a time of worship, then head upstairs to enjoy drinks and chat.

 Youth Life group (13-19 years)

On Thursday evenings 13-19yr old’s meet in a small group setting. This can be a social and meeting with friends, or Bible study and worshiping together to grow personally with God in a relaxed atmosphere. We start at 7.30pm and end at 9.00pm. The group is held at State Hall. If you would like more information please do not hesitate to contact the Church office, Joel and Charlotte Scott, or Shannon Mitchell who lead the group. All our youth workers are fully DBS checked and committed to ensuring the happiness, safety, and wellbeing of the young people in their care.