Our Centro venue are planning a church picnic and baptism on Sunday 22nd July. We'll start off on the beach near Treasure Island with baptisms in the sea. Then we'll go down to Whitley Road Recreation Ground for a Centro Funday. Come and join us for both events or down at the Funday only.
What? Newday is a major Christian youth event that takes place every summer over six days
Where? Norfolk showground
When? 30th July to 4th August 2018 (travelling back on the 5th August)
Why? Newday is a place where young people explore the big questions of life in a low pressure setting. There’s a whole load of fun, hanging out with new friends, relaxing, listening to teaching, live music and playing sports. It’s a real highlight of the year, making memories they will never forget.
How much? £210 until 30th May, £220 thereafter.
Lots of information for parents in our Newday information sheet and you can book in online here
A five-day performing arts academy for children in school years 3 to 9. The week includes tuition in singing, dancing, acting, percussion and covers other basics such as microphone technique, singing whilst moving, voice-projection, performance, stage set-up, prop making and show production.
The focus and highlight of the week is the Academy Show, attended by parents, family and friends of the 50 or so students. The show features the material the students have been working on throughout the week.
The academy is run by experienced and gifted trainers along with a brilliant team of volunteers who have undergone a Disclosure and Barring Service check at the enhanced level and trained in the Kings Child Protection Policy for best practice in children’s and youth work.
Cost: £75 (£55 for additional siblings)
Some concessions may be available. All profits will be donated to LIV Village.
Please register online at www.kings.church/strandacademy
A £30 deposit is required per child shortly after booking. Spaces are limited.
Offering a warm welcome to refugees, asylum seekers and immigrants our team offers refreshments and a listening ear to folk who are often marginalised, overwhelmed and in need.
Also offering access to immigration support, advice and English Conversation Classes.
9am at the Kings Centre.
Time for Grandkids and Grandparents to spend time together