At Christ Church the children are very much part of the family. So we begin all our services together for singing, prayers and the Bible reading. The children are then invited to join in the various Sunday school groups to look at the Bible in a relevant, engaging and interactive way. In our younger groups we use story telling, drama, crafts and games. The older groups engage in Bible studies to encourage and equip them to begin to read the Bible for themselves.
Tots & Co. meet every Tuesday during term time from 10 - 11:30.
We're a small and friendly group, open to all children under school age and their parents/grandparents/carers. We enjoy playing, having a drink and biscuits, crafts, singing and sometimes we share stories from the Bible.
Coffee, Cake and Chat
Coffee, Cake and Chat is open every Wednesday 1 - 3pm. It is for anyone who wants to drop in for a chat, some cake, and a coffee (or a cup of tea) in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.
The Junction is a youth group for anyone in years 10-13
Mind the Gap
Mind the Gap is a youth group for anyone in years 7-9.
On Track is a group for 5 - 10 year-olds which meets at 6.15 - 7.15pm most Fridays during term time, for bible-related fun, games, craft and teaching.
Christians Against Poverty
Christians Against Poverty is a national debt counseling charity with a network of over 200 centres based in local churches. CAP offers hope and a solution to anyone in debt through its unique, in-depth service. For further details visit the CAP website.
Safeguarding And Child Protection
There is a fantastic group of volunteers from Christ Church Greenbank who give up an enormous amount of their time to work with children, teenagers and adults. All staff and volunteers are DBS checked and Safeguarding procedures are in line with Chester Diocesan guidelines.
Our Safeguarding Policy is reviewed by the PCC at least once a year.
At Christ Church Greenbank we take our duties and obligations to protect all, young and adults, very seriously. Our safeguarding procedures are in-line with Chester Diocesan guidelines.
For more information please click this link to download our safeguarding policy and find contact details.