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Families, children and young people are an integral part of life and worship at St Alfege Church. We aim to encourage and nurture children’s spirituality through teaching and activity: as well as through familiarity with and inclusion in our weekly Eucharist.

On the first Sunday of the month, there is a Family Eucharist in the church hall for children and their families and on the last Sunday of each month the whole congregation shares a Communion service together in the church.  On the intervening Sundays, our children gather with their families for collective worship (without the Eucharist) in the church hall.  The whole church shares Communion together on the last Sunday of each month. Otherwise, our children gather with their families for collective worship in the church hall.  

Our monthly children’s services follow this pattern:

NB There is a specific risk assessment relating to Children's church in the hall relating to Covid-19. For further information please email the church office.

First Sunday of the month
10am  Family Eucharist in the church hall

Last Sunday of the month             
10am Eucharist with children and families in the church

All other Sundays                               
10am Collective worship in church hall

Second Thursday of the month   (On hold during pandemic)  
4pm Family Service led by the children of St Alfege Primary School in the church 

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