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What's on this week

Sunday

9:45 10:15 am    
        Explorers Bible class
       -
ages 5-9, 10-13

10:00 am
        Prayer meeting

10:30 am
       
Morning Service

4:30 pm
        Afternoon
Service
        at Sonning Common
        Free Chruch Hall

Wednesday

7:45 – 9:00 pm
       
Bible study & prayer
       
- in a local home

Alternate Thursdays

2:00 – 3:00 pm
        Ladies bible study
        -
in a local home

Saturday

8:00 – 9:00 am
        Prayer Meeting
        - in a local home

5:45 – 7:00 pm
        2nd Saturday each month
        Adventurers

Children & youth

Explorers

These classes are held before the morning worship service and start at 9:45.

Ages 5 to 9: A short game that helps to introduce the lesson, the Bible lesson based on the “Click”  or other similar curriculum, an activity such as a worksheet or craft to go with the lesson, and a memory verse.

Ages 10-13: Bible teaching at an appropriate level

During Sunday morning service

We are pleased to have children participating in our morning service.

Each week a leader from the front poses a question for the children relating to the Christian faith, and they are encouraged to think about and learn the answers. This is followed by a song especially for the children.

During the sermon there is a crèche available for very young children and babies, and a class for children under six years old. Worksheets are provided for children between the ages of six and ten and these have proved to be enjoyable and helpful as they learn from the sermon.

Saturday Youth Club - My180

Our Youth Club runs on the 1st Saturday of each month at the Emmer Green Youth and Community Centre.

 There’s always some sort of food available and we run a whole range of activities. Anyone is welcome between the ages of 11-14 (Key Stage 3 - KS3). A Bible-based discussion is always included to challenge the young people about important truths about God and how He should influence their lives.

To find out more contact syc@cec.uk.net

Child Protection

Caversham Evangelical Church takes seriously its responsibility to safeguard the welfare of those children and young people entrusted to its care through participation in the church’s activities.

For details of the church’s child protection policy please email CPC@cec.uk.net