Children at Grace Church Salisbury

Children at Grace Church Salisbury

Our children are very important to us. On Sunday mornings we run a number of groups, for children of different ages, where our children and young people can learn about Jesus.

We aim to provide a fun, safe environment where children can enjoy each other’s company, develop good friendships and grow in their relationship with God.

We run a number of groups for children on a Sunday morning at our Salisbury venue:

Crèche (birth - age 2)

Crèche is for children from birth to age 2. We aim to provide a happy and safe place for you to leave your child. Parents are free to leave their child or to stay with them. Nursing mums are welcome.

You may leave your child feeling confident that we will alert you with a message on the screen, should they need you.

Crew (age 3 -reception)

Crew is for children from age 3 through to Reception age. Crew offers a fun environment where kids can play, listen to stories and enjoy craft activities, as young children take their first steps in learning about Jesus.

Squad (year 1 - year 3)

Squad is for children in school years 1 & 2. It’s a vibrant group which includes craft, stories, games, drama and worship to introduce children to Jesus.

Tribe (school years 4-6)

Tribe is for children in school years 3 to 6. In a safe and fun-packed setting they spend time in worship, exploring Bible stories and finding out more about God.

KidSoup (year 1 - year 6)

KidSoup happens for two weeks in every six weeks. These are special mornings where the Squad and Tribe groups come together for a soup-er mix of fun and games. The mornings include worship, drama and prayer and are a noisy mix of excitement, learning and fun.

Youth (years 7-13)

Youth runs on two Sundays out of every six and is a thriving group. They spend time exploring the Bible, looking at how they can apply it to their daily lives and developing a personal faith in Jesus.

The main youth meetings are on Sunday evenings where they hang out, sometimes all together and sometimes in two groups, years 7-9 and 10-13. These evenings are where great friendships are made with lots of fun activities, short talks and discussion groups.

Keeping children safe

All our children’s workers are required to have a DBS police check and attend safeguarding training.

Our safeguarding officers are Martin Corry, Sharon Borland and Laura Hazelton.

We do ask that children are supervised by their parents both before and after the meeting.

Every number has a name. Every name has a story. And every story matters to God.