Both Christ Church and St Andrew's welcome young people and families.|
In school term, a Sunday School for 3 - 12 yr olds meets in rooms in Christ Church during the service, joining the adults for communion. Parents can go in with their children if they would like.
If you might be interested in confirmation classes, please contact Patrick, the vicar, on (01603)250844 or Email.
Various special interest groups for children and young people meet in our parishes.
Tots' Teatime Church
This is a relaxed, informal service for the under-fives with a Bible story, craft, music and refreshments.
It meets at 3.30pm at Christ Church on the second Sunday of the month (except August and December).
Babies and toddlers
|Toddlers for carers, parents or grandparents with babies or pre-school children meets in St Andrew's Hall on Tuesdays during school term time from 10-11.30 am. (£1.50 per family including refreshments).|
|Colman Road Parent and Toddler group meets at Colman Road Hall, the church hall of Christ Church, on Wednesdays during term time from 9.45-11.15 am. (£2 per session per family, for info: Jane [Norwich 250489]). The vicar of Christ Church is often present.|
|Eaton St Andrew's Scouts, Cubs and Beavers have a number of groups for different ages.|
|A Brownie Group meets in Colman Road Hall. Website|
|Some of these organizations occasionally parade at Family Services.|
|Young People and teenagers are welcome in the choirs at both churches.|
|Treble choristers (from 7 years) rehearse on Friday evenings at 6.30 pm. in Christ Church.|
|Christ Church Music Group welcomes children and teenagers who play a musical instrument.|
For further details ring the Parishes Office on 01603 473646 or E-mail.
|The above activities are supported by the Group Council for the Eaton Parishes and the Youth and Children's Committee. The Youth and Children’s Committee has a membership which includes leaders, helpers and supporters from all the groups and activities for the young people in our two parishes. Its purpose is to coordinate and extend the work to take the Gospel to more of the young people of Eaton.|