By Adrian Leighton - 5th September 2012 11:49am
With the new school term under way, Praise and Play is back this Thursday.
Each Thursday morning in term-time at St James' Church, up to 25 parents (and grandparents) with their pre-school children attend a fascinating time together called 'Praise and Play'.
A team of helpers organise each session to include activities, singing, stories, craft work and prayers.
With the children happily occupied the adults are also then free to talk and share with each other while refreshments are served.
If bringing your toddler to regular Sunday worship is a bit daunting, why not try this alternative. You would be sure of a warm and friendly welcome.
Praise and Play starts at 9.30am on Thursdays during the school term and with refreshments lasts 45 minutes to one hour.
For further details contact Helen Chantry (811543).
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