Our morning service is the main time in the week when we gather to hear from God’s word, pray, and sing God’s praises. There is a children’s programme for those aged 0-11. Refreshments are served after the morning service.
We have a fantastic programme for kids on Sunday mornings for newborn children through school year 6. Children stay with their parents for the first part of the service and the speaker will make it clear when children can go to their classes. In Sunday School, children can expect to have a brilliant time learning […]
Every Monday morning during term time we have our Toddler group, all children aged 0-4 and their parents/carers are welcome! We aim to provide a safe and happy environment for fun and friendship. The morning includes: loads of nice toys, singing time, Music Mondays (special extended music and movement session on the 1st meeting of […]
What? Pathfinders is a weekly (during term time) children’s group here at St Giles. The aim of Pathfinders is, through teaching and activities, to help children engage with the Bible and encounter the person of Christ through the gospel. When? Pathfinders is split into two age groups. Group one (Reception to year 2): 6pm -6:45pm Group […]
The midweek study provides an opportunity for the church family to meet in the middle of our week to study a portion of the Bible directly or address a topic from a Biblical perspective. The study incorporates group discussion, led by one of the pastoral team, and participants are given opportunity to join in, if […]
All ladies are invited to meet for an informal sewing club at St Giles every Friday. The evenings include: informal sewing lessons, knitting, and other crafts. All are welcome, but those who come are asked to contribute £1 each week towards various activities and materials.
On the second Saturday of the month the men of St Giles meet for an informal breakfast and theological study. Previously the group read and discussed Bible Doctrine by Wayne Grudem, 9 Marks of a Healthy Church by Mark Dever, The Ten Commandments by Thomas Watson, and many more. It’s early, but it’s proved a […]