Crèche, Sunday Club and All Age Worship
All Ages worshiping together is at the heart of our 9:30am St Kea Truro and 11:00am St Kea All Hallows Congregations. At both services we begin with all age worship and then usually spilt into different groups. We have Crèche (0-3) and Sunday Club (4-11) provision.
We welcome new children to all our groups every Sunday, so if you would like your children to join one of our groups, do make yourself known to our welcome team when you arrive. They will be able to put you in contact with the Sunday Club or Crèche leaders for that Sunday.
We are committed to the safety of all children at St Kea. All our leaders have undergone safeguard checks (DBS) and we run regular safeguarding training for all our children's team leaders.
email Ruth at our church office For more information about our different groups and activities .
St Kea Stay & Play
Every Tuesday (9:15-11:00am) at All Hallows the church building is transformed for Stay & Play. Up to 50 pre-school children and their parents or carers join us. The session includes coffee and cake for the adults, and refreshments, stories and songs including Bible stories for the children. We often have different crafts or visiting activities, such as face painting.
Women's Bible Study
From 10:30am a number of women are able to leave their children in Stay & Play and take part in a weekly Bible Study. This is a chance to explore the Christian faith or grow in faith. As well as listening to God's word, the group provides practical care and support. This group is open to women of all ages and stages of life (not just those with pre-school children).
Stay & play socials
Every now and then Stay & Play evening socials are organised in Truro. A change to get out with others with young children, we usually go to one of Truro's restaurants and enjoy an evening meal together.
At the moment Stay and Play is so popular we have a waiting list.
Email Ruth at our church office for more information about avalability.
Kea School and Open the Book
At All Hallows we are keen to be very engaged in our local community and especially to support Kea School, our local county primary school. A number of church members are Governors at the school and a number are school parents.
Every other week we are able to send into Kea School our Open the Book team. This team take assemblies and are able to tell simple stories from the Bible.
We are committed to the safety of all children at St Kea. All our leaders have undergone safeguard checks (DBS) and we run regular safeguarding training for all children's team leaders.