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We have a lot to offer the children and young people in our Parish of Easingwold with Raskelf.
Every Friday afternoon during term time our Ignite group meet at 3.45pm in the church. This consists of welcoming the young people with refreshments and having a talk about the good and bad things that are going on in their lives. This is followed by a Bible story and a related activity such as drama, origami, baking, arts and crafts, and singing. We finish with prayers incorporating some of the issues which might have been raised at the welcome. This group is aimed at the older end of primary school and younger secondary school age.
End of term treat at a tea shop
Watch out for our new group aimed at the younger primary school age starting soon
This takes place on the second Sunday of the month at 4.30pm. It is a short interactive service which involves craft and singing (when permitted). It is aimed at all of the family and is very relaxed.
A family service picnic
This is held in the Cozie building at the Galtres Centre on Monday nights term time 5-
Children are welcome at all of our services, Church Mice is available at our 10.30am service for primary school age during term time, and sometimes we have specific events for them such at the Mad Hatters Tea Party or the Christingle. Occasionally at Harvest or Mothering Sunday we will unite with the Bootshop to perform a song during the service.
Children are welcome at all of our services. At Easingwold Church, during term time, we have our Sunday School “Church Mice” at 10.30am. This is for young people aged 3 -
The children are invited to take part in a variety of activities that involve learning through the Bible
[As part of our child safeguarding policy, all our Church Mice leaders are DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service) checked]
Our Church Mice have their own notice board and display area at the back of Easingwold Church to tell everyone about their activities.
During Coronavirus lockdown, the adults have contributed pictures of their gardens and flowers that they have grown. The children have been busy being creative too. Here are some photos showing what they have been doing.
Two of our Church Mice at the Harvest Festival Service
Joint singing with The Bootshop
Mad Hatter’s Tea Party
Pretoria at her confirmation during lockdown with the Bishop of Selby
If you would like further information or would like to volunteer to help, then please contact Margaret the vicar.
All of our volunteers are subject to DBS and Safe-