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Our Sunday morning groups for toddlers to 8 and 8 to 10 year-olds (under 3s accompanied by a parent, please!) meet at 09:20 so that parents can take their children there and still get to All Saints' on time if they want to attend the Parish Eucharist. It meets at the Church Centre on the corner of Scotgate and West Street, and the children are safely escorted to church for the end of the Parish Communion service, in time to receive a blessing at the time of holy communion and to join in the final hymn and the after-service refreshments. Queries and offers of help, please, to Clare Camp.

Sunday Saints meets every week except when Saints Alive!, our all-age service, is on at 11:15 so that families can attend that together if they wish - opportunity for a lie-in!

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Saints Alive!

The monthly Saints Alive! all-age service has developed into a fellowship in itself, of all ages, and young people of secondary school age have become a significant part of that fellowship. The younger members of the choir participate by leading the singing at Saints Alive! and in many other ways, too, and 6th Stamford Scout Group Cubs usually attend and present their standard.


We now have a children's choir which sings monthly at Saints Alive! and several times per year at other services, either on their own or with the adult choir. For many of our children membership of the choir is an important part of their lives and provides their Christian teaching and fellowship as well as their training in and enjoyment of music. You can find out more about the choir on the Music site.

TPoT: our Youth Group for over 10s

Meeting on Sunday evenings most weeks in term time at 1800 at the Church Centre, TPoT (The People of Tomorrow) provides fun and games as well as Christian learning for an age group where many are already occupied on Sunday mornings, in church or elsewhere. It is normally led by the Revd Nikki or Fr Aran with a lot of help from others. we'll post their logo here when we get a copy ...