Sunday School

Our Sunday School programmes cover all ages from pre-school to school year 14, and take place as part of our Sunday Morning Service (11am). We start the service by joining the congregation in the main chapel, and then split off into our own groups. At present there is no Youth Club, teenagers are encouraged to be part of the service, and notebooks are available to help them follow the sermons.
For Under 5s the creche corner is available before, during and after services, it’s also available for use whenever the Chapel is open if you’re visiting.

For more information on any of our Sunday School groups please contact the Leysian Missioner, Thomas Smith, at or via the church office.


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Lower Meeting Room

Crèche is for children of pre-school age. Parents are invited to leave their children with our leaders and re-join the main congregation. However, for those that prefer to stay with their children, the service is relayed to the room via the audio feed.

After a time of free play, the leaders invite the children who are able to join them at the table for a bible story, and to do some colouring. The session finishes with singing and prayer.
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Junior Church

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Kwanglim Room, and other rooms on campus

Junior Church is for children in school years Reception – year 8. The group share together in worship, and explore both the Bible and aspects of the Christian Faith. This is done through a variety of activities including games, crafts, interactive prayer stations, singing, DVDs, and discussions. Most sessions are held in the Kwanglim Room. However, occasionally there is a need to break off into smaller groups: Primary (Reception – year 2), Juniors (year 3 – year 5), and Seniors (year 6 – year 8). When this occurs additional rooms on campus are used.
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Youth Group

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Radnor Hall

Youth Group is for those in school years 9 – 13.The group shares in prayer and fellowship with one another and explores the Christian faith, and how this fits with their day to day lives. It aims to challenge and empower those within the group to make their own choices and decisions about their faith journey.

Youth Group begins with a period of interactive prayer or a time of reflection, before moving into its main session. This normally consists of discussion, debate, or Bible Study. Finally, the meeting is drawn together with prayer.
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