Sunday Club


The next Sunday Club is on  Sunday 28th August 2022 at 11am



From the gospel reading we heard about  one of Jesus' miracles, turning water into wine. With Mrs. Rimmer's help we made our 'transforming mills' to help us understand more easily how water turned into wine. At the preface we engaged and participated around the altar for the "special meal" following Joachim's lead by lifting our own laminated chalices and hosts.











What a vibrant and busy Sunday. I tried my best to capture it in pictures even though I have missed some of the joyful singing, giggles, 'digger crushing', playing chase, squirty cream, etc. We talked about Shrove Tuesday/Pancake Day and Ash Wednesday as the beginning of Lent. Some children were prepared to give up chocolate, fizzy water, apples, sugar; some to take up things such as giving some of their toys and books to  those in need. Special thanks go to Clare and Rachel who dedicated their time, resources and invaluable gifts to teach these wonderful children about Jesus. As I was leaving the church one 5 year old asked me if I knew that Lent lasts for 40 days? Brilliant teaching Clare. Well doneπŸ‘πŸ™πŸ™‚



What a wonderfully blessed Mothering Sunday service with so many children, mothers, grandmothers and greatgrandmothers. Children surprised their mothers, grandmothers and the congregation with their involvement with singing, reading lessons, prayers, serving, ringing the bell, carrying candles and cross,  mimicking Fr Joachim with lifting their own laminated hosts and chalices, making Mothering Sunday cards with prayers, decorating cakes and giving beautiful flowers out to all mothers, grandmothers and greatgrandmothers. Most received more than one bunch of daffodils as there were many more children than mothers, grandmothers and greatgrandmothersπŸ™‚

Thank you to all adults and your children and grandchildren for such a wonderful Mothering Sunday intergenerational service. All your lovely and invaluable contributions were truly appreciated and made such a beautiful service with grandchildren, children, mothers, grandmothers, greatgrandmothers and fathers. 

Thank you so very much for agreeing to be involved and for your wonderful and very important contributions. Everyone did very well indeed. We could not have had such a beautiful Mothering Sunday service without all of you. Thank you.



Stained Glass Cross Suncatchers. 

The children used acrylic pens to decorate their chosen Cross.

We talked about Easter, spending time with family and friends. The season of Spring beginning, the weather changing, more sunshine to enjoy which makes people smile and feel happy.

This activity certainly made the children happy, lovely smiles all around.




Thank you Ladock church. 

Parents  and grandparents may have noticed the many pupils wearing the Celtic Cross Pin Badges which were kindly given out by Fr. Joachim during the Ladock school Eucharist service last term on behalf of Ladock church congregation. As always we want to thank and encourage the current pupils involved in church life such as Sunday Club, QPJ events, etc. We also would like to extend children and parents engagement and participation with church events and services. You will always find a warm welcome and a familiar face.






Everyone enjoyed stepping into a vibrant church this morning. Children were not only growing in their faith but also in confidence, welcoming everyone at the entrance door, helping with reading the lesson and intercessions, etc. Chris Rimmer helped the children to understand the Ascension so very well. Jesus going up to heaven represented so clearly and nicely by their wonderfully decorated artwork on balloons. The children had so much fun, their eyes lit up when playing with bubbles and chasing balloons and each other during the refreshments after the service.















"Children at Sunday Club this week added their own thanks for things which are important to them to the Prayers.  They were all involved in the main service at various stages as well as thinking about one of the readings which emphasised loving your neighbour as yourself.  This led to the creation of a ‘kindness tree’ which meant lots of crafty cutting, sticking and painting of leaves with a recent act of kindness from each child written on the back.  

We ran out of time but just had a quick look at the stained glass windows in Church during coffee and children took home a stained glass colouring sheet as well as some chocolate left over from the recent Jubilee celebrations!

See you soon,  Jenny"


Next date for Sunday Services with Sunday Club is 28th August

Please join us again.

With thanks and blessings, 

Roxana x


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