Children at St Mary’s Church Woodford

Children at St Mary's Church Woodford

We want our church community to be open to all, where we can learn and have fellowship together, and build up our service and contribution to the life of the local community. You can read about our youth and uniformed groups on this page. Contact us for more information on any of the groups. Read about our groups for young people here.

Groups & Programmes For Children At St Mary’s Parish Church

Children at St Mary's Church

Seekers

Children are aged three to eleven. We meet on Sunday mornings and join the rest of the church for part of the service. We aim to inform children about the Christian faith and to help them start to think for themselves. Our children often play a part in the Eucharist on every third Sunday of the month.

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Mums and Toddlers Group

Mums & Toddlers

Meeting Weekly

The group meets between 10 -11.30 Thursday morning and we welcome parents, grandparents and carers of very young children. We provide time, friendship and support for anyone looking after a small person.

£2 entry. Coffee and refreshments provided.

Read more about us here

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Rainbows, Brownies & Guides at St Mary's

Rainbows, Brownies, Guides

Meet Weekly at St Mary’s

Girls and young women are challenged by new adventures; develop personal faith and values; make friends and have fun; develop a sense of tolerance and justice; learn teamwork and leadership; appreciate the environment; learn about the world, its people and cultures.

Find out more here

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Nick Perry

+23898933i

+23898933i

office@test.com

London

The Parish Office is in the church and is open Monday to Friday 10am to Noon. Outside these hours, you can call 0208 505 3000.

Our email address is info@stmaryswoodford.org.uk

For marriage, baptism or bereavement support or any other questions please

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