Kingsbridge Family Church Kids




Children are an important part of our church family. There is no need to worry about noise or mess!

Children aged 0-4: we have a dedicated room with soft play and toys and a craft table in church. Children (and parents!) usually run between the two throughout the service!

Children aged 4-12: every Sunday (except for brunch Sundays), children join with the rest of the church family for worship before heading to the basement for Kids Church, which includes prayer, games, teaching, worship and hearing from God.

Brunch Sundays

On the last Sunday of every month, we host a ‘Brunch Sunday’ where we serve a free brunch to the community. There are crafts, refreshments, soft play, pool table, table tennis, air hockey and gaming…something for everyone!


Free play, refreshments, games, singing and stories for all pre-schoolers with their parents/carers. Every Tuesday @ 09.30-11.30am

Set up in May 2016 to address a need within our community, Pop-in started with 2 volunteers and a handful of mums and has grown from there.

We meet every Tuesday, at present in the church 0930 – 1130. All pre-schoolers and their parents/ carers are welcome to join them.

The morning includes an hour of free play, refreshments, parachute games, singing, stories, dancing and bubbles!

Donations are welcome but not essential.

Pop-in updates and photos can be found on Kingsbridge Family Church Facebook page. You can also message us there too.

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Kingsbridge Nurslings

Breastfeeding & Mama Support, Toys and Refreshments From bump to newborns, to older nurslings. Dads, family members and friends are welcome. Every Wednesday 10.00am- 11.30am

Set up in April 2019 by a group of mums and supported by Kingsbridge Family church, Kingsbridge Nurslings was formed to address a need in the community following the closure of the Kingsbridge Children’s Centre.

Their aim is to provide a safe space for friendly and non-judgmental breastfeeding support, run by mums for mums. Everyone is welcome, from bump to new-borns, to older nurslings, whether the mum is exclusively breastfeeding or giving any amount of breastmilk.

Dads and other supportive family members and friends are also welcome.

They are not medically trained but they will be able to signpost to the relevant health professional where needed. They meet every Wednesday 10-11.30 am in the church.

Toys and refreshments are provided. Donations are welcome but not essential.

More information is available on their Nurslings Facebook page, and you can message them there for advice too.

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