Discovering Christianity

Tuesday lunchtimes
12:30 to 2:30pm at Paget Christian Centre

Each Tuesday a group of people will meet at the Paget to discover more about Christanity. We’ll spend time together, read the Bible together and pray together. There will also be a chance for you to ask any questions you have about Jesus, God, the Bible or Christianity. An at each session there will be a light lunch.

We’re currently going through the book of Acts looking at the first few years of the church after Jesus went to Heaven. Our final Tuesday of the year will be Tuesday 13th December.

For more details contact Ted Fell on:
Email –
Tel – 020 7837 0720

Discovering Christianity on the Bemerton is hosted by All Saints Church, Bemerton Church and London City Mission.

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Dead Man Walking: Easter 2016

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An incredible story is breaking in Jerusalem. A condemned criminal, who was executed on Friday, has been seen around the city. We urgently need reporters to come and interview witnesses and try to work out what is happening.

Come and discover the Easter story, the story of Jesus’ death and resurrection, in a new way this Easter Sunday. You’ll be given all you need to quiz those who saw what happened and put together the real story behind these amazing events.

And we’ll also have tea, coffee and some Easter treats. It’s fun, relaxed, free and open to all local people and families.

For more details contact Ted Fell on:
Tel: 020 7837 0720

The Pancake Party!

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The Pancake Party

Tuesday 9th February 4:30-6:30pm
@ The Paget Christian Centre

The Pancake Party is back and this year it will be in the Paget Christian Centre (Bingfield Park, opposite Crumbles Castle).

At the party we’ll have games, crafts, challenges and of course lots and lots of pancakes. We’ll also have a short talk on Pancake Day and looking forward to Easter.

It’s set up so you can drop in any time between 4:30 and 6:30pm. Come for as little or as long as you want. The Pancake Party is free and open to all local families and kids.

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Alpha on the Bemerton

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Tuesday lunchtimes starting 17th November
12:30 to 2:30pm at Paget Christian Centre

Alpha is a chance to explore and question the meaning of life. Over a series of ten sessions you’ll find out about the basics of the Christian faith. At each session there will be a free lunch, followed by a talk and a chance for you to say what you think. It’s fun, relaxed and free and you can ask anything you like. (That’s why over 22.5 million people have already done Alpha.)

For more details contact Ted Fell on:
Email –
Tel – 020 7837 0720

We start on Tuesday 17th November and the session will be on the following Tuesdays:
17th, 24th November
1st, 8th, 15th December
12th, 19th, 26th January
2nd, 9th February

Alpha on the Bemerton is hosted by All Saints Church and London City Mission.

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Bemerton Soul 2015

Bemerton Soul is back this summer and runs from
Monday 27th to Friday 31st July, 2:30 to 5:00pm

Children: For those aged 5-11 we have games, sports and arts & crafts on Bingfield Park. Children will compete in teams over the week with medals given out on Sunday afternoon. Our theme is “Making TV” and we’ll be telling stories about Jesus while making our own TV programs.

Youth: For those aged 11-18 we’ll have or Football School on the Bingfield Park pitch. Qualified coaches will help improve your game and offer you the chance to compete in different tournaments. We’ll also have a special freestyle skills training day during the week.

Bemerton Soul Celebration, Sunday 2nd August
Service 2 to 3 pm, BBQ and Fun Day 3 to 5 pm

We’ll end the week with a service of celebration on Sunday afternoon. The service will feature songs, stories, photos and feedback from the week and our prize giving ceremony. Afterwards we’ll have a fun day in Bingfield Park with barbecue, children’s disco, stalls, sports and games.

Bemerton Soul is free and is open to all local children, young people and families. For your child to attend you will need to complete a permission form and they will be available at reception during the week.


Starchasers Service – Sunday 5th July


Starchasers Service

Sunday 5th July 10:30am at St. Andrew’s Church

On Sunday 5th July we will be having our annual Starchasers service at St. Andrew’s Church. The Starchasers children will be leading the service and our theme will be ‘The Fruit of the Spirit’.

At the service you’ll get a taste of what Starchasers is like and it’s also a chance to thank God for Starchasers and pray for the leaders and children who attend.

Family and friends are welcome and please stay afterwards for drink, cake and a chat.


Children’s Work

[Starts again on Sunday 24th September]
2nd, 4th & 5th Sundays 10:45am-12:15pm, Paget Christian Centre
Starchasers is our parish wide Sunday morning club for children in Year 1 to 6. Our aim is to tell the children about God in a creative & engaging manner – and to have a lot of fun too.
Each session features a range of activities including games, crafts, bible stories, creative prayer and small group time. And at the end of each term we award prizes for the kids who’ve earned the most stars.
Starchasers is usually on the second, fourth and fifth Sundays of each month during term time. We meet at the Paget Christian Centre and each session runs from 10.45am to 12.15pm.
For more information click on the logo above or click here.

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[Starts again on Monday 11th September]
Mondays 6:00-7:30pm, Paget Christian Centre, Bingfield Park
THE GAP is a club for those who are either side of the gap between primary and secondary school. At THE GAP there’s pool, table tennis, games, hot chocolate and the chance to chat & hang out. During each session there will be a short talk based on the Bible and a chance to ask any questions you may have.
For more information click on the logo above or click here.

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Kids Club
[Is not currently running – will hopefully start up soon]
Fridays, 3:45-5:15pm, Paget Christian Centre
Kids Club is a Bible club for primary school aged kids we run in partnership with London City Mission (LCM) on Friday afternoons. At Kids Club we look at a different Bible story each week and have songs, games and crafts based on the day’s theme. We can also collect children from St. Andrew’s School or St. Mary Magdalene Primary School and then parents can pick them up at 5:15pm at the Paget.
For more information about Kids Club click on the picture above or click here.

Bemerton Soul
Bemerton Soul 2018 will be in July.
Bemerton Soul is a summer club with activities for children and young people. For those aged 5-11 we will have our Children’s Club with games, sports and arts & crafts. For young people aged 11-18 we will have football school and art workshops each afternoon.
We’ll end our Bemerton Soul week with a party and barbecue on Sunday afternoon to which all local people are invited.
For more information about Bemerton Soul 2016 click on the picture above or click here.

We currently help with assemblies at two local schools – St. Andrew’s School & Thornhill School. This term we’ll be thinking about Communion and Christmas.
If you would like us to help with assemblies at your school, or any other type of school’s work, then please contact our Children’s Worker, Heather Parker (contact details at the bottom of the page).

Throughout the year we hold various one-off events. The main events we organise are:

Bemerton Carols: After Bemerton Soul in the Summer we have Bemerton Carols in the Winter! Bemerton Carols 2016 took place on Saturday 17th December, 3-5pm at the Paget Christian Centre (on Bingfield Park).

Pancake Party: This is one of our biggest events of the year and is open to all local families and children. Sadly this year there will be no Pancake Party, we hope to be back in 2018.

2nd July 2016 10.30am – Parish Starchasers Service:
In July we had our Parish-wide Starchasers service at St. Andrew’s Church. At the service the Starchasers kids shared a little of what they’ve learnt over the term and it was a chance for all three churches in the Parish to come together and worship God.

Check back here for more information on these events closer to the time.

For more information on any of the children’s activities in our parish please contact our children’s worker Heather Parker:

You can contact Heather on or by leaving a comment at the bottom of this page.