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Trekkers [Y6-Y11] (half-termly)

Trekkers Youth Group @ All Saints – normally held at the Vicarage
For those in school years 6 to 11

Life is a journey, and as we enter that transition phase from primary to secondary school and then begin to consider adult life to come, that journey can become complicated. There are so many decisions to be made on the way, and so many new pressures to deal with about self-discovery.  Suddenly the simple messages and the old stories about the Christian faith that we might have grown up with can seem rather irrelevant to the complexity of real life and the world-view of the 21st century.

Trekking is about undertaking a long and challenging journey, normally with others: often a journey of discovery undertaken by young people to find out more about their world and themselves. 

Trekkers Youth Group is a place where we are free to take part on that journey, to explore some of life’s big questions and to discover whether Jesus, the ‘Light of the World’, actually does have some light to shine on the way ahead.

We normally meet once each half-term on a Sunday late-afternoon at the Vicarage: Nicola and Jim Perryman currently act as Trek ‘Guides’.  New members are very welcome – as are suggestions for topics to explore or other things to do together.  Past meetings have been a mixture of discussions, games, films, etc. and normally end with a simple meal together, but the future hasn’t been written yet!

“What are we doing to the Environment?”
£2 contribution please to help with food and other costs.

Parental consent forms are required for all church activities involving under-16s and can be downloaded below. Contact details for Trekkers will be found on the form.


Our Events

Services (weekly)

Regular services are held on (though please check Church Calendar or Pew Sheets as there are occasional changes from the regular plan):

  • 08:00 1st & 3rd Sundays of the month: Holy Communion
  • 09:30 1st, 3rd & 5th Sundays of the month: All Age Worship (with Holy Communion on the 5th Sunday)
  • 09:30 2nd & 4th Sundays of the month: Holy Communion (with Climbers & Explorers Children’s Group during term times)
  • 15:00 on occasional Sundays (see calendar): Messy Church
  • 10:30 1st & 3rd Wednesdays of the month: Midweek Holy Communion

Please see the church noticeboard, pew sheets or the church calendar for news of special events.

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Messy Church (occasional)

provisional 20 October 2019 – Messy Church in the Woods

Messy Church…

  • Messy Church enables people of all ages to belong to Christ together through their local church.
  • It is a way of being church which is particularly suited to families, but welcoming to all.
  • It meets at a time and on a day that suits local families and is particularly aimed at people who have never belonged to a church before.
  • Messy Church is part of The Bible Reading Fellowship (BRF), a Registered Charity. www.brf.org.uk

Notices of Messy Church events are publicised in the pew sheets, Leek Wootton Link (the parish magazine) and on this website

Normally, in the spring and autumn, we hold ‘Messy Church in the Woods’ at the local Arboretum at the entrance to The Warwickshire Golf and Country Club.  Other times, we may meet in the church or in the Village Hall.

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Leek Wootton MU (monthly)

Mothers’ Union is an international Christian membership charity that aims to demonstrate the Christian faith in action through the transformation of communities worldwide.

We are working with people of all faiths and none in 83 countries to promote stable marriage, family life and the protection of children through praying, enabling and campaigning. We support families and communities both in the UK and around the world. Since 1876, when Mary Sumner first brought together parents in her own parish to build their confidence in bringing up their children in the Christian faith, Mothers’ Union has grown to over 4 million members worldwide. Our members work around the world bringing hope and practical support to millions of people every year through our parenting, literacy and community development programmes and as part of the volunteer base of local churches.

Please contact the MU Branch Contact for information about future MU events.

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Remembrance Sunday (Nov)

Our Remembrance Service (in Church) and Act of Remembrance (at the War Memorial Recreation Ground Stone) takes place on Remembrance Sunday each year.

War Memorial Recreation Ground Stone, dedicated to all who served in times of conflict
Memorial Stone on the War Memorial Recreation Ground, honouring all who served in times of conflict, civilians as well as members of the armed forces, survivors as well as the fallen.

Remembrance Sunday
Remembrance Sunday