Deep Sea Divers Holiday Club at St Andrew’s Church
Tuesday 27th August to Friday 30th August 2024
9:30am – 12noon
For children aged 5 ~ 11

To book a place please sign up on the form by clicking here.

Come and join us as we explore the oceans, diving deep into the sea and having a ‘whale’ of a time as we explore the story of Jesus and discover just how much God loves us! So get ready to dive deep into the sea, through the shallows, the midnight zone and down into the trenches at the very bottom of the ocean. What animals might you meet? How long will it take? Will there be any light at all on the ocean floor? Was Jesus really born in a stable? Did he really walk on water?

We would love to welcome you to St Andrew’s for an amazing fun-filled adventure, with stories, games, crafts, refreshments, songs, activities and much more!  Places are limited so please book early! Once you have booked your place we will contact you by email with more information.

We have had some amazing holiday clubs in previous years – see below for a glimpse of what they have been like!

The Drama 2018 – ‘Park life’ by our young leaders

Our Holiday Clubs take place during the summer holidays and are hotly anticipated by the children and parents alike. They run for Primary aged children and draw in around 100 children from our community.

Seaside Rock in 2017

Each morning is fast paced and action packed, with time spent all together at the front of the church, singing, listening to the story, watching the drama; time spent in small groups unpacking the story and learning what it means to be a follower of Jesus; and time in the other activities—craft, games, chill out or visiting the prayer room.

Holiday Club Sports on the common
Prayer activities in the Prayer Tent
The craft room

We have a large team of helpers and also run a special ‘young leaders’ stream for our 11-18s to train them and give them opportunities to grow in leadership and explore their gifts and talents.

Young Leaders’ Training

Watch our 2018 Holiday Club (Wastewatchers) video on YouTube
by clicking here.