Who are we and what do we do?
We are the Christians Working Together in Brigham Village group who want children to be involved in the church and we aim to make Christianity exciting and fun to all ages. We run three different clubs for different age groups led by Moses John and volunteer helpers.
Group Leader & Helpers
Group Leader- Fiona Crouch
Volunteers- Maragaret Robinson, Brian Furness, Katy Allinson, Pamela Hurst, Brenda Mumford
Lisa Varey, Ruth Gyles, Sue Edwards and Fiona Weakley
This is a Mother & Toddler group on Monday mornings 9.30-11am in the Chapel Meeting Room , everyone is welcome.
This is a club for Reception and Infant children (age 4-7), held in St Bridget's CE School library, Wednesday and Thursday lunch times.
This is a club for Junior children (age 7-11), held in the Chapel Meeting Rooms Tuesdays 3.15-4.45pm.
Up and Coming Events/Services
‘We live to learn, laugh and play and enjoy every single day’
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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