Half Term Holiday Club on Zoom

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Sue Waddington and her team at Trinity, Woking have put together 3 one-hour Zoom sessions this week, to replace the half term holiday club we would usually be running.

The Theme is "Whatt a Lott Castle".

Each day we will look at a different strength needed by the knights of old, endurance, faithfulness, love and relating that to the Christian faith.
There will be singing, craft activities (the pack can be sent out electronically and downloaded), and a bible story filmed with a 'green screen!'

Sue and the team would be delighted to include children from across the Circuit (probably best suited to the younger age range).
Parents can sign up via this google form:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/10Xf0V6ZOf_OdFqA4MEiuHIbuzk4tvXqMQk0QSZhAOAU/viewform?ts=5f91486e&edit_requested=true

Interested parents/carers can also contact Sue or Dan if they would like more info, via trinitywoking@btinternet.com

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