Friday Night Fun

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Gorse Hill Baptist Church, offers you a warm welcome to Friday Night Fun, our Friday night youth group for school years 7-10.

We have a fantastic schedule of activities each term ahead including Games Nights, Chill Nights, Film Nights, Nerf Battle and many more new activities yet to be announced. It’s fair to say… it’s going to be fun!

Friday Night Fun is free to attend. Yes that’s right, free! We do however have a tuck shop, please bring a small amount of money. Maximum spend will be capped at £1.50.

We are a church based youth group, and as such it is important for you to be aware that there is a short discussion element each week. This involves looking at God’s word in the Bible and talking about Jesus, his son, who came to earth to have a relationship with us. Please talk to one of the leaders if you would like more information.

If this is the first time you have come to Friday Night Fun and you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to come and talk to one of the leaders, we’re always happy to help answer any questions you might have and it would be great to meet you!

A few notes to adults about safety

  • Each week a responsible person will need to drop your child off and sign-them in.
  • Please complete a registration form for 2017/18, it’s important we have up to date information about you and your child in the case of emergency.
  • If you are happy for your child to walk home after Friday Night Fun, please fill in the ‘Walking Home’ form. During the winter months, we would like to request that you collect your child for their safety.

As a church we are committed to providing a safe environment for activities with children and young people and have adopted ways of working with children and young people that promote their safety and well-being. It recognises it’s responsibilities for the safeguarding of all children and young people under the age of 18 as set out in The Children Act 1989 and 2004, Safe from Harm (HM Government1994) and Working Together to Safeguard Children (HM Government 2010). Each year we review and re-affirm our commitment to our policy "Safeguarding Children and Young People in the Church".