Kay Street highly values our children and young people, and we do our best to help them at every stage of their development. Our aim is to see them grow and be discipled into young followers of Jesus Christ. We have groups and activities for every age – from baby through to young adult.
Sunday mornings at Kay Street
For ages 0 – 3, crèche runs on a Sunday morning and is an excellent opportunity for children to develop and interact with others. Parents are welcome to stay with their children or leave them in the care of our crèche team.
For ages 3 – 5, including Reception. The children enjoy taking part in craft, games, singing and Bible stories.
For ages 5 – 7 (School years 1 & 2). The children within this group have fun, playing games, reading stories from the Bible, taking part in craft activities and learning more about God.
For ages 7 – 10 (School years 3, 4 & 5). The children enjoy reading and discussing new stories and passages from the Bible, playing games, singing, craft activities and praying for themselves and others.
For ages 10 – 13 (School years 6, 7 & 8)
For ages 13 – 18 (School year 9 upwards)
Throughout the week
We also have other activities running throughout the week for younger children.
Kay Street Caterpillars – Mondays 9:30 – 11:30am
Kay Street Caterpillars meets every Monday in term-time from 9:30 to 11:30am. We welcome pre-school children and their carers to a morning with all sorts of play, craft activities, singing, snacking and making friends. There is a charge of £1 per family.
Fun, Food & Friends
Fun, Food and Friends (FFF) is an event for families that takes place on various Saturday mornings throughout the year and weekday mornings during school holidays. We welcome children aged from around 0-11 years old and their parents/carers into Kay Street to enjoy Fun, Food and Friendship!
During the morning families have the opportunity to take part in different crafts, play games, sing songs, hear a bible story and share lunch together. FFF is a great opportunity to share God with others based on the Messy Church model.
We follow Baptist Union guidelines for the safeguarding of children, young people and vulnerable adults.