Children are as much of the church family as anyone else. At Crickhowell Evangelical Church we go out of our way to make children and families welcome.
Coronavirus: Since March, we have suspended public meetings in order to try and slow the progress of the virus.
Why not get the whole family together and join us on a Sunday morning. Climb up on the sofa and listen in, sing and hear something for the children too.
We are also organising on-line fun activities for kids, so please get in touch to see what’s available.
On a Sunday:
You’ll find a welcome for you, your children, grandchildren or those you care for. Our church is quite chilled about noise, so you can relax and get the most out of the services.
Your children are welcome to stay with you throughout so you can enjoy the service together. We’ve mats or smaller chairs on hand for the children if that helps, with activities ready just in case. Alternatively, someone else can sit with them on the activity/craft table, giving you a little more peace and quiet to get the most from the meeting.
There’s also a mother and baby room off the main room, giving you a little more privacy if you wish, while still hearing the service being relayed.
If you come with your children to the late afternoon service, and some do, there are sofas set up for your comfort.
During the week:
‘Stay and Play’ would usually meet at The Church Centre on Silver Lane, next to the library and behind Bookish. This toddler group has met on a Tuesday for the last few years between 10:30 and noon. If you’ve been, you’ll still remember being made welcome, so do please feel free drop by.
‘WhizzKidz’ met on Wednesday afternoons between 4:30 – 5:30 for fast paced fun, Bible themed stories and activities with healthy snacks and a drink.
We take our safeguarding responsibility seriously here. Our church leaders and those responsible for children and vulnerable adults are routinely police checked, because we consider this important and, we hope, to give you peace of mind. Our safeguarding officer is a senior health professional, with years of safeguarding experience.