At Holy Trinity, we run a Summer Club each year full of fun, games, sport, craft, songs and teaching from the Bible. This year our theme is Christmas and we're really excited to get out the tinsel, jingle the bells and feel festive! No, we've not got our diaries upside down, we just think that Christmas is such good news it's worth celebrating all year round!
The club will run from 25th to 28th July, from 9:30-12:30 every day and with a special Hotshots service on Sunday 30th at 10:45. Bookings close on 1st July but book soon to avoid disappointment. The cost is £25, which includes a T-shirt. The club is for those currently in school years reception - year 6. Unfortunately we can't accept children due to start reception in September.
Please follow this link to book: https://forms.gle/KunLYPcJtZBppyqQ9
Why are elephants wrinkled?
Because they're hard to iron!
In 2022, our Hotshots Summer Club was jungle themed and we went wild! We played games, sang songs, made craft and learnt about Jesus, the greatest rescuer, from the Bible!
Welcome! Bienvenido! Salut!
Khush Amdeed! Yōkoso! This year, Hotshots Summer Club was back in person
and it was so much fun! We were themed around an international sporting
event so we got our trainers on, did some stretches and ate plenty of weetabix
ready for an energetic week! On the week itself, we learnt about the greatest prize
that Jesus offers us - a place in his family forever. We trained hard, met some
athletes, tried our hand at various sports and laughed a lot!
Don your capes, fasten your utility belts and get ready!
This year, Covid-19 pushed us online so we ran an online, superhero themed
holiday club for a number of primary aged children! From the 21st-24th July we
had a live video every day at 9:30am on our YouTube channel, which included
teaching from the Bible about the greatest superhero, songs, games and
sketches. We had craft packs delivered to our superheroes-in-training in
advance of the week, and then held socially distanced challenges in the
local park in the afternoons.
Ahoy there! We had a brilliant week of pretending to be pirates and seeking treasure! Lots of leaders and children from reception to year 6 set sail from Tuesday 30th July to Friday 2nd August, 9.30am to 12.30pm. We met pirates, made treasure chests, sang songs and learnt about the greatest treasure from the book of Matthew in the Bible.