Abbey United Reformed Church, Romsey

Young People

Young People

The children and young people worship with the congregation at the morning service and then divide into age appropriate groups 0 -14.

Our work with children covers all ages from 0 to 14. We have a group for our 3+ called Explorers. They explore the Bible, their environment and anything which interests them. From time to time the congregation will be invited to join them on an exploration. Their symbol is a lantern. The older group is called Pioneers. Each year the children support a charity.

For more information contact Carole Cox, on 01794 323392.

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Pioneers (10+)

Pioneers (10+)

Pioneers is for 10 and upwards and meets in the Choir vestry within the church. They usually meet on the 1st and 2nd Sunday of the month. On the 1st Sunday they are encouraged to join the congregation for communion. The aim of this group is to keep the young people's interest and to help them explore their belief by bible study and discussing how it influences their lives.

For more details contact Carole Cox (01794 323392) or email carole.cox@btinternet.com

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Explorers (3-9)

Explorers (3-9)

Explorers is for children aged 3 to 9. They meet in the Abbey Hall Lounge on Sunday mornings, after joining with the congregation at 10.30. The aim of the group is to learn Bible Stories and the basis of Christian living while having fun.

For further details contact Susan Lord (02380 695972) or Wai Chan (07794 361570)

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Noah's Ark (0-3)

Noah's Ark (0-3)

Noah's Ark is for babies and children up to 3 years old. They meet in the Rainbow Room during morning worship.

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Explorers' Charity

Explorers' Charity

Each year the children and young people collect for a charity, either in this country or overseas.  In 2018 they are supporting Mercy Ships, a charity which dramatically changes people's lives with its medical facilities on board. For more information go to Mercy Ships.

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Fun Club

Fun Club

We hold Fun Clubs, usually at Easter and during the Summer Holidays. Our next one is on 9th and 10th August. Contact Susan Lord (msclord9@gmail.com) for more details.

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Notices

  • This Sunday 

    Sunday 12 January

    10.30 Family Service led by the Minister

    Donations received for Romsey Food Bank - items requested include sponge puddings, long life fruit juice, toilet rolls, nappies size 2 & 3

    Forthcoming events

    Monday 13 January

    10.30 am   BALM in Abbey Hall Lounge

    Tuesday  14 January

    10.00 am Planning meeting in the church for Romsey Festival Exhibition and related activites – open to all who would like to help with this event. 

    10.15 am   Grand Fun in Abbey Hall Lounge

    Wednesday 15 January

    2.00–4.00 pm Kettle’s On-Time for Tea in Abbey Hall Lounge 

    Thursday 16 January

    10.30 am Prayer Meeting in Abbey Hall Lounge

    2.30 pm     Funeral Service for Ruth Liggett at Test Valley Crematorium, led by Revd Alan Green 

    3.15 pm     service of Thanksgiving for the life of Ruth Ligget led by Revd Alan Green and Revd Mike Perrott

    Friday 17 January

    7.30 pm Badminton in Abbey Hall

    Final date for submission of articles for February Magazine

    Wednesday 22 January

    7.30 pm    Churches Together in Romsey Annual General Meeting, including Dementia Awareness Training Session led by Ian Bradford of RomDAG – all welcome

    Sunday 26 January

    10.30 am   Family service led by the Minister

    followed by Church Meeting

    6.30 pm     United Service for Week of Prayer for Christian Unity in Romsey Abbey 

    Saturday 8 February

    6.30 pm     Burns Night Supper – 

    tickets available from Sarah Beaman

    Sunday 9 February

    10.30 am   Community Awareness Service 

    Next Sunday

    Sunday 19 January

    10.30 am   Family Service led by Marion Carter

    6.30 pm     Evening Communion Service led by the Minister in Abbey Hall Lounge.

     

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