Platinum Jubilee Celebration Service

To commemorate Her Majesty, The Queen’s 70 years of service, we will be holding an all-age family service on Sunday 5th June at 11.00am. Following the service, please join us for a BBQ and refreshments, as well as some organised activities and games for the kids.

Please join us. All welcome!

“Together” All-Age Service

We believe that church should be for everyone of all ages! Join us for our regular friends and family services and discover that church doesn’t have to be stuffy and boring! Our “Together” services are usually held on the first Sunday of the month, but occasionally they are moved for occasions such as Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, Easter etc.

Our forthcoming all-age services will be held on the following dates:

  • 1st May – TJC (Sunday school) anniversary
  • 5th June – Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Celebration with a BBQ to follow!
  • 19th June – Father’s Day
  • 31st July – Summer Club Celebration
  • 4th September – Church BBQ
  • 2nd October
  • 6th November
  • 18th December – Christmas Nativity

These services allow us all to meet together for an interactive time of fellowship and worship with young and old alike, however, everyone of any age is welcome EVERY week! Please have a look at our Sunday Services page https://www.corringhamevangelical.co.uk/weekly-activities/sunday-services/ and our Junior Church page https://www.corringhamevangelical.co.uk/clubs-groups/the-junior-church-tjc/ for more details!

Fuse: our weekly drop-in club for secondary school youth

Fuse meets every term-time Monday evening from 7.15pm – 9.15pm, and is a free, welcoming and friendly drop-in club for young people of secondary school age. It’s a great place to make new friends and hang out with existing ones as we play table tennis, pool, darts, board games and much more each week. We run a tuck shop each week where you can buy sweets, drinks etc and we have regular nights out to places such as bowling alleys, crazy golf, cinema etc.

If you have any questions or want to find out more, please visit https://www.corringhamevangelical.co.uk/clubs-groups/fuse/ or get in touch with Chris at chris@corringhamevangelical.co.uk and I’ll be happy to tell you more!

Club 7/11

After a long Covid-induced break, we are delighted to announce that Club 7/11 returns this evening, Monday 7 June 2021!

Running from 6.00pm to 7.15pm every Monday during term time, young people aged 7 to 11 are invited to join us for games and other fun.

There is no need to book – just turn up at 6.00pm.

Coffee Break is back

After an extended break due to the Coronavirus pandemic, we are delighted to announce that Coffee Break will shortly be returning!

Starting on Friday 11 June 2021, we will be gathering from 10.30am to 12.00pm each Friday.

Visitors will be required to wear a face mask when they come in and move around the building but this can be removed once seated. Tables will be separate and there will be a maximum capacity of 6 in line with Government guidance.

We are very much looking forward to welcoming many of you back to Coffee Break.

Tot Spot is restarting!

Greetings fellow Tot Spotters!

It has been over a year since we were last able to be together and we’ve really missed seeing our Tot Spot family every Wednesday. However, we have some exciting news to share – we’re re-starting next week (21 April)!

Under current Government guidelines we are now allowed to host up to 15 adults plus their children each week, as long as we all follow social distancing and mask requirements. It won’t be quite the same because we won’t be able to do story or songtime, but as a first step back to normality, we can’t wait.

In order to limit attendance, places at Tot Spot will have to be pre-booked each week. We’ve set up a really simple online booking system which you will need to visit and put in your details for Track and Trace purposes (these details will be retained for 21 days). The booking calendar can be accessed at https://outlook.office365.com/owa/calendar/TotSpot1@corringhamevangelical.co.uk/bookings/

Please note the following information to ensure that Tot Spot is safe for everyone:

Masks must be worn at all times when inside the church building unless exempt and you will be asked to sanitise your hands on entry to the building. Chairs will be spaced around the room and should not be moved. You may move around to play with or assist your child but we ask that you are mindful of social distancing guidelines. Children will not be expected to maintain social distance. If you or your child are feeling unwell, please do not attend. Places are strictly limited to 15 adults per week. Please be considerate of others when booking and book only for the week ahead. If you are unable to make your booked session, please cancel as soon as possible to allow another family to attend. The full risk assessment is available at the link below.

We are very much looking forward to welcoming many of you back to Tot Spot.

Thank you for your support and cooperation in making it as safe and enjoyable as possible for everyone.

Hollie and Becky

Covid-19 Risk Assessment – Tot Spot

Easter Services 2021

Over Easter we have a number of services and activities to celebrate this important season.

On Palm Sunday (28th March), our service will be led by Chris Mayers at 11.00am and will also be live-streamed on YouTube.

On Good Friday (2nd April), we will have a short service at 10.00am reflecting on the sacrifice made by Jesus Christ at the cross.  This gathering will take place on Zoom.

On Easter Sunday (4th April) we will celebrate the resurrection at 11.00am (in person and live-streamed on YouTube).  Following recent changes in Government guidelines, we shall also be holding an outdoors acoustic sung worship session after the morning service in the grounds of Dry Street Memorial Church – please join us from 12.15pm at Dry Street, if you are able, ensuring that you follow guidelines on social distancing etc.

We haven’t been able to hold our TJC Easter Egg Hunt this year due to the Coronavirus pandemic, but instead we have distributed over 100 gift bags to local children so that they can celebrate Easter in their own homes.

Kids’ Zone 2020

Normally at this time of year we would host Kids’ Zone, a chance for young people to prepare lots of fun crafts and treats just in time for Christmas. Because of Covid-19, we can’t hold this safely in person this year, so instead we’re bringing Kids’ Zone right into your house!

Listed below are loads of fun craft ideas which have been prepared by people from the church. They’re all designed to use things that you hopefully already have around the house or you can get hold of easily at the supermarket, and each one has a video showing you how to do it.

Give as many of these ideas a go as you like, and please do feel free to share them on our Facebook page or Tweet them to us – we would love to see them!

Also don’t forget to check our our Christmas service which will take place at 11.00am on Sunday 20 December 2020 – it will be live on our YouTube channel. You can also book to attend physically on our Christmas page.

Welcome and How to Make Christmas Crackers

How to make Christmas crackers from items you have around the home.

How to Make a Christmas Wreath

How to make a Christmas Wreath from foliage around your garden and the local area.

How to Make Christmas Peppermint Bark

How to make Christmas Peppermint Bark from ingredients you either have at home or from the supermarket.

How to Make a Toilet Roll Christmas Tree

How to make a Christmas Tree from toilet roll!

How to Make Origami Santas

How to make Origami Santas using just A4 paper, pens and scissors.

How to Make Edible Christmas Trees

How to make Edible Christmas Trees from either rice crispie cakes or chocolate brownies.

How to Make Hot Chocolate Stirrers

How to Make Hot Chocolate Stirrers

How to Make a Stained Glass Window

How to Make a Stained Glass Window

How to Make an Origami Star

How to Make an Origami Star