We meet every Sunday at 10.30am on our YouTube channel


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‘Knowing Jesus and having fun’

We want to provide for every need of a child and young families from birth and support them in becoming part of the family of Jesus. Our aim is that every child will experience being loved and cared for and that they will have fun in a safe environment. We want their very first experiences of church to be positive.


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Though we are at home with our families for much of the time, we have used the Church of England and government guidance to work out how we can get together safely and have some fun once the restrictions allow
We will let you know of further meetings (which are all subject to our risk assessment, as approved by the Springfield PCC) when they are arranged

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The risk assessment can be read here




Another activity we can do at home together is use this weekly calendar which explores a different bible story each week with something to read, something to do and something to think about.  Download them by clicking on the links below:

Week 1

Week 2



  If you would like to have a bible app on your phone or tablet specifically designed for your children, YouVersion have developed the Bible App for Kids which is free from your app store. There are full details on their website


Mini Church is for children from 0-5.

Roadrunners is for children from 5-11.

Both groups meets during the 10.30am gathering at Wallington High School for Girls for a supervised time of fun, games and spiritual input. We normally start in the main service and then leave after the first 10 minutes.


Messy Church is our fun, interactive and creative gathering meeting each month on a Saturday afternoon at High View School, Wallington or Forester’s School, Wallington.

Family Stories are our homemade Bible stories recorded by some of our friends for little ones at bedtime. Find out more here.

Springers is our toddler group which meets on Thursday mornings during term-time at Crusader Hall.