Exploring faith with the rising generation

We love having kids as part of our congregation at Ascension. Whether you’re coming to one of our services, or joining in with one of our fun social activities for kids, you and your family of little ones are very welcome here.


Your children are welcome at any and all of our services, however, most of our families like to attend our later service at 10.45am. During term time at this service we run groups for kids and youth from the age of 3-17. Your kids can learn about Jesus and join in with crafts and games in the Grace Hall whilst you worship.


We love noise!

We don’t mind if your kids make noise during our services, it’s all part of being little. You’re welcome to feed them during our services, and we have baby changing facilities too.

If you’d like to take them to a quieter space, we have the King’s Room which has a big glass window on to the worship space, and is hooked up to the sound system so you can follow along with the service whilst you’re taking some time out.

Yes! We run fun events for families and kids throughout the year – from messy Light Parties to Rocket Making Away Days – check out our What’s On  pages for all our upcoming events.

If you’ve got toddlers or preschoolers, you might like to come along to Footprints Tots on Mondays during term time.


Providing opportunities to discover Jesus

We are passionate about what our kids offer to the life of the church and our wider community.

We believe it is our calling to provide opportunities to help children and young people discover Jesus and to raise up young people who will have a strong sense of who they are in Christ. To encourage them to walk in a close, prophetic lifestyle with Him, grounded in God’s word.

Our vision is to see young people grow into adults who will live fearlessly in the incredible adventure Christ has for them, living the abundant life that Jesus desires for us all and a passion for sharing it with the world.


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