Children & Youth

  • After Graeme's last service on June 18th, we held a buffet lunch in the centre, and a presentation was made to Graeme and Steph as they leave to take up the post of curate at Totton, after Graeme's ordination at Winchester on July 2nd. We will miss them at All Saints, as they have bee... [read more]
  • If the vestments fit??? Jo and Siobhan after the service on Sept 25th....the vicar let them try on his vestments for size. Do we have a new vicar in the making? Maybe a 'job share'!!!
  • Hi everyone hope you had a great summer break. We thought it might be fun to have some Nursery Rhyme themed activities this term. We have bought some new carpets over the summer, a ball pool and a pirate water trough so more fun to be had! Looking forward to seeing you all on Wednesday. Weds 7th... [read more]
  • Messy Church for August will be a swim and Barbecue On Wednesday 10th August at St Ives Primary School at 3.30pm A swim followed by a BBQ tea provided. Please let the Parish Office or Sara Watt know if you are coming
  • At the Family Service in April we were joined by the Beavers who were celebrating 30 years since the Beavers were established. They presented an explanation of what the Beavers are all about, and paraded their flag, which was also brought forward for a blessing. Beavers are the youngest of the Sc... [read more]
  • radio bedside An Evening at Hospital Radio Bedside. As many of you may know, I present a radio programme every other Sunday evening from 8:30-10:30. On Hospital Radio Bedside ( essentia... [read more]
  •   December's Messy Church saw us remembering all sorts of people from the bible who appear in Jesus' family tree. We made little Adam & Eve figures, Noah's Ark, a burning bush to remember Moses, a whale for Jonah, ladders for Jacob, a crown for ... [read more]
  • Saturday November 28th saw us madly making and decorating gingerbread ready for the Advent Gingerbread Service the following day. A lot of the gingerbread had been pre made and cut into shapes of all the nativity figures, so that the children (and adults!) could decorate them. But the children al... [read more]
  • Georgina was so thrilled to be making candles at Messy Church, that she took it into school for her reception class 'show and tell'. She was apparently very excited for other children to see it and spoke about Messy Church with glee!