Fleckney New Life Church

JigsawJigsaw, (Jesus In Games, Stories And Worship), is the Sunday morning children’s group within the church, formally called “Junior Church”. The children start off with the rest of the congregation, joining in with the worship. Sometimes they can choose to play a percussion instrument, or they can do puzzles and colouring at this time. We also have a basket of toys for under-ones. Later on two leaders will take the children out to the Living Room for their own time of learning, using DVDs, worksheets, games, crafts and music. Many of the congregation have become Jigsaw leaders and so offer the children a wide range of experiences and activities. All leaders have been CRB checked.

ConnectConnectIf you enjoy all things wild ‘n’ wacky, messy ‘n’ mad then come and join us at the Village Hall from 4.30 pm until around 6.00 pm on a Sunday (usually on the second Sunday of every month). ‘Connect’ is a time for families, where we have a variety of craft activities, games, songs and stories based on a bible story or biblical principle. We have lots of fun together, making new friends and finding out how awesome our God is. Although ‘Connect’ is aimed at children from FS to Yr6, we have ‘little people’ and older ones too with a special area for Pre-schoolers and the occasional ‘Danger Zone’, often involving power tools and more risk-taking activities, for the older children. Our time together concludes with a hot meal and everyone goes home tired, happy and looking forward to the next one! If you’ve never tried us out, we’d love to see you. It’s all free and a great way to round off your weekend.

After hoursAfter Hours

11-14 year old - 6.45pm-8.00pm

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Child ProtectionAll our leaders are DBS checked and follow the church's child protection guidelines:

Fleckney NLCF is a member of CCPAS (Church's Child Protection Advisory Service), and we are committed to supporting parents and families. As leaders of the church we are committed to the nurturing, protecting and safeguarding of children and young people. We recognise that child protection is everybody's responsibility, and we are committed to following agreed procedures and statutory, denominational and specialist guidelines. We seek to support all in the church affected by abuse