Junior Church is a children’s liturgy that is provided during the 9.30 Sunday morning Mass in the Abbey Church. There are two classes: one for pre-school aged children and one for school-aged children. We sing some songs, have a simple Liturgy of the Word, encourage a discussion about what the children have heard and also have fun activities relating to the Gospel reading. These activities are suited to the different age groups. There is a team of 6 parishioners who take it in turns to teach the classes in creative and instructive ways. Classes for pre-school age children are held every Sunday at 9.30 am in the Unity Room with Erica Ballard. Classes for school-age children are held in the Choir Vestry with Rachel Davies. Classes are held during the school term and break up for the holidays
The Junior Church would love to have your help. Would you like to be involved? If so please contact Rachel Davies firstname.lastname@example.org or mobile 07801696354
Lockdown has affected many of us in different ways. For those of us with babies and very young children, staying at home can be isolating when we might usually fill our day with baby groups or visiting family and friends. A couple of us from Worth Abbey have been meeting up on Zoom for a virtual Mother & Baby group and we’d love it if you could join us. If you are a mother of a baby or pre-schooler and you think you would be interested, please email me for more information on email@example.com, I’d love to hear from you!
Colour and Shape is a community of parents exploring how to live a joy-filled life of faith that creates sacred space in the home and celebrates the liturgical seasons of the church creatively and sustainably. As of January 2021 Colour and Shape is in a prayer and funding partnership with The Lay Community of Saint Benedict.
Join CAFOD’s Children’s Liturgy Live! on Sunday morning at 10.00. Register for this week’s liturgy and CAFOD will email you a link.
Amoris Laetitia Family Year 2021-2022: a special year to bear witness to family love. Speaking about the Amoris Laetitia Family Year, Pope Francis referred to it as a special year to grow in family love and an opportunity for a renewed and creative pastoral drive to place the family at the centre of both Church and society. Pope Francis also shared his hope that every family may feel in its own home the living presence of the Holy Family of Nazareth, that it may fill our small domestic communities with sincere and generous love, a source of joy even in trials and difficulties”. Find out more about the Year of the Family here
Amoris Laetitia: the Joy of Love is available in the Abbey Bookshop at £4.95
Pathways to God: an examen specifically designed for children of Key Stage 1 and 2 age.