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Kids & Youth @ St Paul's

There's lots in store at St Paul's this term and we are really excited to meet you.

Our Kids & Youth groups meet at 4pm on the 2nd, 3rd and 4th Sundays in a month.

Our Groups are...


Our Roots group is for children Year 3 and under.

We enjoy hearing the week's Bible story, craft activities and playing together.

Our team co-ordinator is Jen.


Our Ignite group is for children Year 4 to Year 7.

We learn about a story from the Bible each week through games, drama and craft activities.

Our team co-ordinator is Ro.



Our Thrive group is for young people Year 8 to Year 13.

We learn about a story from the Bible each week and discuss it together.

Our team co-ordinator is Helen.

Termly Events

Games Night

For those Y6+, Games Night is a chance to hang out, plays some board games and build relationships.

Hot Dog Night

For those F2-Y5, Hot Dog Night is a time for our younger members to spend time together playing, crafting and eating yummy food.  
We have also enjoyed joint events such as bowling and a summer BBQ.

Get in touch with us for more details and to sign-up:


Last year, many of us had an amazing few days away at Bridgwater, with other young people from across the country. We slept in dorms, ate amazing food, acted, made music and much, much more.
We would really love more of our SPD family to join us this year!
Here are the links for booking:
There will be some transport options from the venture leaders, to help get the kids down there, but also it may be families would like a little break in that part of the country or can share lifts.
Chat to one of the team or one of kids/youth who have been before!

Contact Us

Find out more about Kids & Youth at St Paul's by emailing Jennie at:

All children will need a consent from completed by a parent/guardian to be able to attend our sessions.


Please find a digital version of the form below.


Parish Safeguarding Officer

Hollie Houston,

Diocesan Safeguarding Adviser

Julian Hodgson,


If you are concerned about someone who is in immediate danger, call 999.

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