Explorers and Covid-19

We are currently providing material for Explorers at Home. On a Sunday from 2pm, a YouTube presentation will be available on our YouTube channel.  We hope you can tune in. Activity sheets for families containing all that you need to run your own Explorers At Home sessions in conjunction with the videos can be found by clicking on the links below – just look for the appropriate date.

Explorers At Home 24th May 2020

Explorers At Home 17th May 

Explorers At Home 10th May 2020

Explorers at Home 3rd May 2020

Explorers At Home 26th April 2020


Here at St Paul’s we believe that children are important to God and are an integral part of the life of the church.  God’s word is as relevant for children and young people as it is for adults, so we have an enthusiastic team of leaders who aim to teach them the Bible in an enjoyable and stretching way.


Our aim is to make Explorers a warm and welcoming place where children can feel secure and happy as they grow in faith through sharing friendships and experiences within a framework of relevant biblical teaching.


Our aim is to teach the Bible to children in an engaging and enjoyable way using a variety of presentations, songs, drama, prayer, crafts and activities. The children spend some time together and then split into smaller groups with those of their own age.


Explorers happens each Sunday during our afternoon service.  During school holidays there is still provision for children, though the sessions will be a bit different to those during term time.


Explorers meet in church with the rest of the church family at the start of the 4.30pm service.  If you’re able to join us for refreshments before the service, do come along from 4pm for a drink and some cake/biscuits.  When the service starts, we stay in church for a couple of songs, and then the children go to the church hall with their leaders. The children are returned to their parents in church at the end of the service (5.30pm).

Holiday Club

Our annual Holiday Club is free and open to all primary-aged children including those about to start in Reception and those about to move up into year 7.  It usually runs in the last week of the school summer holidays.

Each morning we sing songs, play games, do crafts and find out about Jesus in the Bible. We spend some time together and other time in age-related groups. Previous years have been a lot of fun, and we’re sure this year will be no different.

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