Our 2018 holiday club, “The Whale and Jonah”, was held from
Monday 9th April – Friday 13th April 2018.
More than 30 primary-school age children joined us for an action-packed holiday club, based on the story of Jonah and the Whale. We told the story from the perspective of the Whale as well as Jonah, and each day we took a different topic to explore. We also looked at the importance of saving our oceans from pollution and focused on eco-crafts and recycling. The programme included sea projects, games, crafts, drama, music and Bible stories.
The 2018 Holiday Club Team
Here are some pictures from our 2017 Easter Holiday Club, “Guardians of Ancora – Treasure Seekers”.
Our popular Easter Holiday Club runs during the mornings of one week of the Easter school holidays at Wardie Church and is open to Primary School age children.
It always has a fun and engaging theme – previous years’ themes have included polar exploration, an explosive scientific lab and a space academy.
Holiday Club Handbook
We publish a handbook about how to run our holiday club, for members and other churches who might be interested. Take a look below.
Worship leaders from around the world will be turning to Scotland for prayers, sermon ideas and activities Christians can use during Creation Time—the 5-week period dedicated to celebrating and protecting God’s creation.
Five budding radio presenters and producers from parishes in north-east Glasgow are embarking on a unique learning exchange trip to Zambia.The young broadcasters, who are part of Kirk-backed youth project Bolt FM and aged between 16 and 18, will be hosted by the United Church of Zambia, in the centre of the country.