Sunday School information



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About Sunday school’s aim is to teach children Christian values in a fun and informal way. Make new friends and be at the heart of the church community.


Times 10.30 a.m. until after communion, the Sunday school teachers take the children up for a blessing then the children go back to their parents/carers until the end of service.


Where – In church the younger children are in a room at the back of church and the older children are in a room adjacent to the, alter.


TeachersGillian Baran, Dawn Clarke, Ruth Parsons, Caroline Power, Catherine Drinkwater, John Matthews and Leone Flanders. We are all volunteers and teach on rota basis.


CurriculumSunday school follows the twelve values to be, taught in schools and Sunday schools recommended by the Manchester Diocese. We relate these values to bible stories, prayers, songs and crafts and offer a very varied and innovative curriculum (a copy of values attached).


Family Services This is where the children stay in church and do a presentation of the work they have been doing in Sunday school. This is to, show case the fantastic activities they have enjoyed and share the fun with the whole, church community. There are no set dates for family services but you will, be, informed of them in advance through the Sunday school newsletter.



Prize GivingPrize giving takes place in at the last Sunday Service before the children break up for the school summer holidays. Children are, presented with a gift, to thank them for all their dedication to Sunday school.


Consent Form A completed consent for is required before you child attends Sunday school.

Best wishes

Sunday school Teachers