HOLIDAY BIBLE CLUB 2016
As an example we ran this club in 2016
Holiday Bible Club
Junior Church is for the younger members of our church. Everyone is together for the first part of our worship and then any young people can go to their own room for their activities. Parents of toddlers are welcome to go with them to the Junior Church activities.
Little fishes is our church toddler group for 0 - 2 year olds. We meet on Mondays
during term time from 9.30am to 11.30am.
Here is a photo of us in action . . . . . .
Little Fishes Toddler Group
Welcome to Trinity Youth Club
Trinity Youth Club (for 8 to 13 year olds) meets alternate Fridays during school term time, from 7pm to 8.30pm. It is run by a team of volunteer leaders and helpers.
We have started an Older Age Teenagers Group ‘OATS’ for 12+ years which also runs from 7.00pm until 8.30pm, on the same alternate Fridays as the Youth Club. Contact Rev Chris Parker on 01942 702939 or look at the main website for details.
Due to increasing numbers we have had to introduce a waiting list for new members.
Parents please contact us on 01942 497370 if you would like your child's name added to our list.
For Details of Youth Club Activities please visit the main website.
Welcome to Young Carers
The Young Carers group at Trinity Church Wigan began on November 7th 2012, following discussions with Paul Carroll (Project Manager-Friends of Young Carers).
We began with eight young people age 5 – 11, but since then our numbers have increased.
The young people have gelled together quite quickly and have always made newcomers very welcome.
Since we began the group have enjoyed a number of craft activities and other events.
At our sessions on a Wednesday at Trinity we have a meal together (hot & cold food). We try to vary the meals with healthy options; it is lovely sitting sharing a meal together with the children and leaders.
A visit from a team of Officers from Wigan Fire Station.
On Wednesday 5th July 2017, a team of officers from Wigan Fire Station came to our Young Carers session to talk about fire safety and demonstrate their skills and procedures. We invited both of our young carers groups to the session, and in total we had 25 children who thoroughly enjoyed the experience of using the water hoses and being able to sit in the cab of the fire engine.