Children's Programme

Here's the regular programme of events for children at Holy Trinity.

Children’s Church

Creche-11 year olds.
Children are welcome however young, and they move from creche to Children's Church as and when they are ready. We encourage the children to think for themselves and ask questions that develop their critical thinking and their faith, often challenging the older ones in the group to look deeper into the meaning of what they are thinking about. We aim to help young people discover for themselves that Jesus is alive and active in our world today.
We meet weekly for Children's Church and Creche during the 9.30am Parish Eucharist each Sunday. We enjoy hearing bible stories, playing games, taking part in crafts and activities and singing together. All are very welcome.

Sunday, 9.30am
(except Family Services) 
Church Hall
Family Eucharist Once a month there is a Family Eucharist where families can enjoy the service together, in a special area in the Chancel.
Sunday, 9.30am
(see Home page for dates)
Kit Bag Club and Sparks Club

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Each week Fran is at Prestwood Infant and Junior Schools running a lunch club. Sparks Club meets on a Monday, 12.00pm – 12.30pm at PIS and Kit Bag Club meets on a Thursday, 12.30pm – 1.00pm at PJS. The sessions are a mix of story-telling, drama and crafts with a simple Christian message and lots of fun! New children are welcome at either club, please contact the School offices if you are interested.


Monday 12.00pm
Thursday 12.30pm


Prestwood Infant School

Prestwood Junior School

Fusion Youth Group



Our Monthly Youth Group is open to all young people in Year groups 6-9 (age 11-14). We meet on the 2nd Sunday of each month, 4.00pm-5.30pm. Come and join in the fun! Email Fran on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for the dates for the term.



Second Sunday of each month 
The Church Hall and Annexe
Toddler Thursdays

A drop-in group for children aged 0-5 years and their carers.
A friendly environment, with toys, crafts, snack time, singing and our special Toddler's prayer. Baby changing facilities available. Tea, coffee and biscuits for the grown-ups too!

Thursday, 10.00am-11.30pm
(Term Time) 
Craft & Praise Throughout the year we run a series of themed Craft and Praise Afternoons (Easter, Harvest, Advent, etc.). These are a fun afternoon for you to enjoy with your family and are a mix of crafts, activities, music and refreshments suitable for all ages.  Keep your eye out for the next event.    
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Children, Families and Safeguarding
Family Support Worker
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Fran has an extensive background in teaching and children’s work. She loves getting out into the beautiful Chilterns countryside, on foot or by bike, with her family. She can often be found getting crafty, baking, meeting friends or eating brunch!
Children, Families and Safeguarding
Safeguarding Officer
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Lesley is our Safeguarding Officer, and be contacted on any matter to do with safeguarding on the church. After a career in HR, she is enjoying retirement and hobbies, especially walking and walking football.
Children, Families and Safeguarding
Children's Advocate
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Jean is our Children's Advocate. She is a teacher. She isn't involved in the day-to-day children's work, and is someone whom children and young people know they could talk to about any problems, if they so wish.
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Holy Trinity, Prestwood is an Inclusive Church. We are part of the Church of England.
We are in the Oxford diocese and the Wendover Deanery.

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