Scramblers  

                   

   

All Saints' Scramblers meet in the Jubilee Room during the Sunday morning service. The team of leaders work together to provide each child with an opportunity to explore Christianity in a friendly and fun environment. There is a chance to share news, to pray together, to listen to and discuss stories from the Bible. There are a range of activities, puzzles, sticking, making things and colouring in. At the end of the service the Scramblers have a chance to tell the congregation what they have been doing. Each year during Advent and Lent they make something special to display in Church at Christmas and Easter. The picture above shows the collage of the Story of the First Christmas. In the past the Scramblers have visited Ashbourne House and sang carols for the residents which everyone enjoyed! Any children in the congregation are very welcome to join us. Mostly the Scramblers are aged 3-11 but younger children are also welcome to join us if they are accompanied by a responsible adult.      

Messy Church for families - dates advertised                                                     

 
This window was painted by
Rainbows, Brownies, Guides and
members of All Saints Church
Congregation to commemorate
100 years of Girlguiding

Rainbow Guides  

The youngest section of the Girlguide family. Aged 5 to 7 years, they take part in games and activities as part of their programme called the Rainbow Jigsaw and have lots of fun doing it. Everything a Rainbow does helps her to develop and to think for herself, in a safe girl-only environment. Rainbows make this simple Promise that they share with members around the world: I promise that I will do my best to think about my beliefs and to be kind and helpful. Rainbows have a range of items they can wear. As all girls wear the same thing they feel as though they belong. No girl is excluded because they do not have the right clothes. Contact Angela on 01536 522158

Brownies 

Brownies is a natural progression for girls who were in Rainbows, but new members aged 7 to 10 are always welcome! Brownies belong to a Unit and work in small groups called Sixes. This gives each girl a group of ready-made friends to take care of her. It also makes her feel that she belongs to something special. Brownies meet regularly and there are often opportunities for Brownies to take part in special activities and events throughout the year. Their meetings are full of challenges, games and activities, usually ones that the Brownies have suggested themselves. Brownies make this Promise - I promise that I will do my best: to be true to myself and develop my beliefs, to serve the Queen and my community, to help other people and to keep the Brownie Guide Law. Contact Angela on 01536 522158
6-7.15pm

Guides 

Any girl aged ten to 14 can become a Guide. Being a Guide is all about learning new skills, making your own decisions and having fun. Guiding provides a safe environment to explore new possibilities and achieve personal goals while making friends and having adventures. It’s up to each Guide to work out which opportunities are relevant for her, whether it’s improving her football skills, party planning or learning about independent living. Guides make a similar Promise to the Brownies. Contact Helen on 01536 510381

Senior Section

In the Senior Section, young women (from 14 - 26th birthday) participate in a fun and flexible programme known as Look Wider. The programme is also linked to a variety of recognised qualifications or awards, both within and outside guiding. The opportunities and challenges which guiding offers can be followed by a group or by individual members and are designed to be particularly beneficial to girls getting ready to embark on a career. Contact Helen (above)





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