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Children & young people

Covid-19 Page

During the coronavirus lock-down our normal activities and events for children and young people are not happening in their usual form.  Check back here when things start returning to some sort of normality for details of face-to-face activities and events.  In the meantime, here are details of Zoom meetings we are running and some useful links ...


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Zoom Meetings for St James, St Martin's and St John's

Tuesdays at 7.00pm - 8.00pm Zoom Youth Group
Please contact Scott Seivewright or the office via the contact us page for login details  
 
Sundays at 9.30am - The Mix on Zoom
St James has an online meeting for children on Sundays on Zoom
Please contact Scott Seivewright or the office via the contact us page for login details  


‘Lockdown links for Kids’  

Firstly for parents: Podcast for parents - Faith in Kids Parents Podcast

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YouTube channels for children:

Michael J Tinker
A professional Christian Kids Musician based in Derbyshire. 
 
Faith in Kids
A charity providing resources, training and encouragement for Christian children’s ministry.   


Children and others who may be vulnerable are always welcome at any of our services, and are an integral part of life in each of the church families.

We take their safety very seriously indeed, and our latest safeguarding policy is available here and further information and links to support can be found here.  If you have any concerns about children or vulnerable adults at church, please contact one of our safeguarding team immediately.  You can contact our safeguarding officers (Ann McCabe for St James and St John's, Dave Howe for St Martin's) by emailing jmjsafeguarding@gmail.com.  You're also very welcome to contact Simon Tomkins (the Vicar) directly if you would like to.  If you'd prefer to talk to someone outside the churches here, Lichfield Diocese Safeguarding team can be called on 01543 306030 (0303 003 1111 out of office hours).  If you suspect someone is in immediate harm, please call 999 straight away.