A small, friendly club for children who come to learn more about God’s love and the gift of His son Jesus. The children develop their faith and understanding through a variety of activities including listening to Bible stories, playing games, singing, craft work, cooking and role play. We meet every Sunday in term time (except the first in the month) at the front of church at the beginning of the 10.00 am service, before going into the hall.
For further information please contact Sarah Pain 07702422016.
Messy Church meets on alternate Thursday mornings, in term-time, to provide fun activities, songs and stories which introduce pre-school children, their parents and carers to the Christian faith. We begin at 10.00 am in the Church Hall with tea, coffee, juice, biscuits and free play, before settling down for a short story and lots of messy activities for young and older!
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On alternate Thursday mornings with Messy Church between 10.00 – 11.30 am, pre-school children and their carers are welcomed for sessions in the small hall. We provide toys, games and imaginary play which the children can take part and we always have coffee and tea for the adults!
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YF and TNT
Youth Fellowship (YF) is the youth group at All Saints’ Hampton which caters for 13 – 18-year olds. The group provides a safe Christian environment to allow young people to come together, have fun and learn about the Gospel. Evenings consist of games, film nights, cooking, refreshments and Christian teaching.
YF meets during the term-time on Sunday nights between 7.30 – 9.30 pm in the church hall. For more information please email the Vicar on firstname.lastname@example.org
TNT is a junior youth club (for children aged 10-12). It is not running at the moment, however if there is sufficient demand we would be happy to restart it.
7th Hampton (All Saints') Scout Group
This is a mixed group catering for Beavers (ages 6 – 8), Cubs (ages 8 – 10½) and Scouts (ages 10½ – 14).
Beavers meet on a Friday afternoon from 5.00 – 6.15 pm
Cubs meet on a Tuesday evening from 6.30 – 8.00 pm
Scouts meet from 7.30 – 9.00 pm on Wednesdays
All sections meet term times only.
The group also has good links with a local Explorer unit (ages 14 – 18).
For details of vacancies and further information, please visit their website www.7thhamptonscoutgroup.wordpress.com
All Saints’ Church Choir is affiliated to the Royal School of Church Music. We have a small but dedicated group who enjoy singing and who support the worship at the Parish Eucharist each week. Rehearsals are held every other Friday evening from 7.00 pm – 8.00 pm.
The regular Church Choir is augmented for special Festivals and celebrations, such as the traditional Service of Nine Lessons and Carols. Members of the congregation who enjoy singing soprano, alto, tenor and bass music are encouraged by the Organist / Choir mistress to participate in these special events and attend a short series of rehearsals beforehand.
The Choir supports special Diocesan events and also sings with other church choir members at United Services in the Deanery as the occasions arise.
All Saints' Ladies Club
All Saints’ Ladies Club is a thriving group which meets weekly (during school term-time) in the Church Hall on Tuesdays at 7.45 pm. Members enjoy a varied and interesting programme of talks, outings and social events. Coffee, tea and biscuits are served giving an opportunity to chat with friends, old and new! A warm welcome is extended to all and we very much hope that you will join us.
For further information please contact Margaret on 020 8979 3455 or email email@example.com
We have an afternoon and an evening Home Group. We meet in order to study the Bible and have fellowship together. The afternoon group meets monthly on a Thursday and the evening group meets on alternate Wednesdays in term-time. At various other times of the year, for example, Lent, Advent or for confirmation preparation, additional study groups may be arranged.
Please speak with the Vicar, or with our Lay Minister, Anne Walker, if you wish to find out more about any of our groups. Gareth Wardell: firstname.lastname@example.org