HOORAY! Some of our groups are making plans to restart!
please click on the links below to see details for individual groups!
The website calendar will be updated as soon as plans are made for groups to resume.
Alternatively contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further details.
Thank you for your patience – we look forward to seeing you as soon as we can.
Children’s groups meet during part of every Sunday Morning Service – apart from the first Sunday of every month when we have an “All-Age” Service. Quest is the group for the older children – they meet at the back of the Church and walk to their group (2 minutes walk!)
These groups are led by a team of volunteers from the Church, who all have enhanced DBS clearance.
Quest (year 7–9)
In Quest, the older children explore the Bible and and learn what it means to follow Jesus. They enjoy discussions and debates and often have lots of questions for their leaders!
Hooray! Quest has an event in July!
Quest reunion! Fri 16th July, 7.00 – 8.30 p.m.
Barbecue and games in the Goodings’ garden.
For Quest members, upcoming members and Quest leaders.
If you’d like to come, please contact Lyn Gooding: email@example.com
Youth Zone is for everyone in school years 6-9+.
We have a varied programme throughout the year and it is a great opportunity for you to bring your friends along. We usually meet at Emmanuel on Hawkswood Road on Saturday evenings between 7-8.30pm during term time. We also regularly arrange local outings – for walks or games in the park
Hooray! YouthZone has an event in June!
Youth Zone reunion! Sat 19th June, 7.00 – 8.30 p.m.
Western Road Recreation Ground.
For all youngsters in Years 6-9+ (age 10-14+). Outdoor games, chat
and refreshments, plus a short and informal Bible discussion.
If you’d like to come, please contact Chris Taylor: firstname.lastname@example.org
SALT – has continued to meet via zoom throughout recent restrictions and has recently started meeting together at HPC again – please email email@example.com for details
SALT is our group for those in school years 9-13 and is an opportunity for HPC teenagers and their friends to hang out, have fun and explore the Bible together.
“Recently, in SALT, amongst other things we’ve been examining what the Bible has to say about the importance of church, as well as working our way through John’s gospel (his eye witness account of the life of Jesus), as we’ve been studying the evidence he gives us of why we can and should believe in Jesus.”
For more information about SALT either pick up a term card from the back of church, speak to Rory Graham or email the Church Office at firstname.lastname@example.org
Youth band is for young people in years 7-13 (aged 11 and upwards) and meets on tuesday evenings during term time, usually fortnightly.
Youth Band sessions normally begin with a brief time of learning together from the Bible and prayer. Most of our time is spent learning and practising Christian songs.
Youth Band members take part in the music for Sunday services from time to time, both as a discrete group and as individuals, pairs or threes working alongside adults in the regular group. Occasionally other opportunities for public music-making come up too. For example, in the past the band has played outdoors at Hailsham’s youth-themed summer street market and at the Christmas Carols in the Park event.
For more information, contact Chris Taylor email@example.com