Paula Clarke looks after our Families and Children’s Teams.  Paula can be contacted via email, or you can send her a message via Grosvenor Facebook page

Summer 2021

During July, there will be a families and children activity each Sunday starting on 27th June when Paula will meet families with children in Rock Park at 11.00am for an hour of getting to know each other activities followed by an optional stay on for a bring your own picnic. Times and places for the families & children activities will vary each week – follow us on Facebook or subscribe to our weekly email for details.


As is our usual practice in August there will be no organised children’s activities on Sundays to give our wonderful children’s workers a break. Instead there will be activity sheets available for children each week, and the option for parents to take their children out during the service to Noah’s Ark or the Upper Lounge where parents can supervise their children playing and watch the service on the TV monitors.

When we are not lockdown, we have loads of events running throughout the week and also during the service on Sundays.  Take a look below…


Ages 0 – 5

A fully supervised free-play creche for pre-school children, with Bible stories, prayer time, linked activities, toys, songs, snacks and drinks.


Ages 0 – 5

For pre-school aged children, Noah’s Ark is a popular and well attended parent and toddler group.


Ages 4 – 11

A fun packed Sunday morning group for children, held alongside the 10am church Sunday service.


Ages 6 – 11

Team games + football + air hockey + table-football + table tennis + basketball + X box+ Wii … loads of fun & games.


Ages 0 – 18

On the first Saturday of each month we meet in the Richmond Lounge for breakfast followed by a prayer time while the parents and other adults meet upstairs for their prayer time.


Ages 0 – 5

For Dads and under 5s (and Grandads!)

Toys for the Children to play with

Tea, Coffee and great food

Give Mum some time off

Meet other Dads

You can see our statements about Safeguarding here