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Holiday Fun Week

 

Banstead Five Churches Holiday Fun Week is an annual event usually held during the first week of the school summer holiday.

Holiday Fun Week is an annual event usually held during the first week of the school summer holiday and is organised by the Banstead Five Churches. The event welcomes around 200 children aged from 5 to 12 years of age either children who attend services at their own churches and their friends who like to come back having being along once.

A different religious theme is chosen each year a blend of music and fun activities which helps to develop the children’s’ journey of faith in God. We start each day with collective worship lead by the clergy, which relates to the theme, story prayers and lots of singing giving inspiration to all involved. The morning continues with the children working in small groups; the group leader and helpers encourage the children to listen and learn about God by being creative.

Fun Week Service at The Drive

The children make a range of craft items each day, which they bring into the church to share with everyone and we finish with more singing before breaking for lunch. The afternoon activities allow the children to relax and have fun doing a range of activities from; football, netball, bowling, horse riding, craft, painting, wild life talks, magician, drama, dancing, cold cooking and many more activities.

Read what happened at Fun Week 2016 here: Fun Week 2016