Church club transports children to the high seas

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It would not be August without the Salvation Army holding a holiday club.

For three days, from August 12 to 14, the theme was an Adventure Cruise.

The children firstly spoke about cruise ships on the ‘high seas’ and then had fun learning about ‘high Cs’ – namely choice, change and commitment.

Through sketches, Bible presentations, games, songs, crafts, team challenges and outdoor play the children found out how Jesus can help them with these three aspects of their life.

They learned that making good choices can change their attitude to different things in their lives.

The Army Kidz group has restarted and always welcomes children to join in activities each Sunday morning. Watch out for the Salvation Army minibus around town each week and for more information contact the citadel in Burnside Street.