The Sunday family service begins at 9:30am during term time and 10:30am during the Cambridge University holidays. As families arrive at church, children are registered and after a short time of all-age worship, children leave for their groups. When the service has finished, parents are asked to collect their children.
There are six fun groups (see the tabs for more information):
Sunbeams Crèche (0-18 months)
Blast Off (18 months - Age 3)
Rockets (Ages 3-4) and Comets (Years 1-2)
Shooting Stars (Years 3-4) and Galaxies (Years 5-6)
Before attending a group, parents are asked to complete a permission form. This helps us to keep track of who is attending each group and also enables us to contact you about special events in the Children’s Church calendar. These forms are available from a member of staff on Sunday mornings or you can download one.
If you would like more information about our child protection policies, please feel free to visit our Safeguarding page, where you can download and read our policies and best practice guidelines.
Sunbeams Crèche (0-18 months) meeting in the groundfloor of the CSC (Church building). Pushchairs can be left at the back of the church.
This space has been designed to provide a relaxing and comfortable place for young babies, whilst the service is taking place next door. Mums are also welcome to use this room for feeding during the service.
Blast Off (18 months - Age 3) meeting in the 2nd floor of the CSC (Church building). There is time for free play and bubbles! We normally end the session with action songs, a short story from the Bible and rice cakes!
Rockets (Ages 3-4) meeting in the upper room to the left of the stage. Children can learn, watch and talk about stories from the Bible, make crafts and play games!
Comets (Years 1-2) meeting in the 3rd floor of the CSC. Children can learn, watch and talk about stories from the Bible, make crafts and play games!
Shooting Stars (Years 3-4) and Galaxies (Years 5-6) meeting leaders by the porch area of HT before walking over to the Michaelhouse café. Both groups then join together for games before breaking into small groups for Bible reading, discussions and prayer. At the end of the morning, both groups are brought back together to be collected by parents in church.