Kids’ Church

Posted on March 22, 2017


Kids’ Church

At Jersey Baptist Church our hope is that families flourish, younger children are nurtured and older children mature into the young people God made them to be.

Children are an integral part of our Church family. We are well used to having children involved in all that we do, and enjoy the informality and warmth that they bring. Our prayer is that from birth to adulthood, there is a place where any child or young people can be made to feel welcome and valued. We hope amongst the many activities and groups happening on Sundays, and at other times, every child will find for themselves a highlight of their week.

KIDS’ CHURCH – Sundays

Every Sunday prepares us with a special new opportunity to share the hope of Jesus Christ with kids and families.

Our children begin in church with their families before being invited to the second floor church fellowship hall. For new or visiting families of  children aged 0-11 please register them at the table in the fellowship hall.

Kids are important to us, so we’ve created a place for them to learn about Jesus on their level. Every Sunday all children experience safe, age-appropriate environments where the Bible is taught in a creative and relevant way. We encourage teens to join in the main adult service in the morning

Please contact our children’s volunteer leader, Emma Waller, for more information.


We take the safeguarding of the young people at our church very seriously. Our Safeguarding policy is available on request. We partner with CCPAS ( the leading independent Christian charity providing professional advice, training, support and resources in all areas of safeguarding and child protection.
This video is an introduction as how each of us can play our part. If you want more information please contact Emma Waller.



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