CrossLinks

Club values

 

 

CrossLinks is a directory of Christian based

children’s clubs and youth organisations in

West Suffolk. If you’d like to add an entry to

the directory, just send an email with the

relevant information to:

Darren.Brown@Sporting87.co.uk

 

7UP Youth Group

 

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West Road Church
Wednesdays 1830-1930

(during school term time)
Ages school years 7+

 

A fun-packed hour which includes games, quizzes, music, and a large slice of God on the side. Social nights such as bowling, skating or pizza-marathons. There’s also a tuck shop. 50p per session.
www.westroadchurch.org.uk/groups/youth
Ian Foreman, tel. 01284 723737

 Blaze Youth Group

West Road Church
Wednesday evenings 1830-1930
(during school term time)
Ages school years 4 to 6

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A mid-week club for children: games ¦ GOD ¦ fun ¦ explore ¦ music ¦ JESUS ¦ messy mayhem!
50p per session

www.westroadchurch.org.uk/groups/children
Emma Malcolm, tel. 01284 850656

Boys’ Brigade and Girls’ Brigade

Garland Street Baptist Church, Bury St Edmunds
Friday evenings, 1800 – 2100
Ages 5 to 18

Boys’ Brigade: The advancement of Christ’s kingdom among boys and the promotion of habits of obedience, reverence, discipline, self-respect and all that tends towards a true Christian manliness. The Boys’ Brigade provides balanced programmes of activities for children and young people, that make a positive contribution to their life and enable them to share their faith.

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Girls’ Brigade:

A membership organisation that specialises in working with churches to provide fun and inspiring local groups (known as companies) where girls and young women can belong, achieve and discover Jesus!

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www.BSEBaptists.org.uk
www.bseboysbrigade.wix.com/home#
www.boys-brigade.org.uk
www.girlsb.org.uk

Boys: Adrian Mundell, tel. 01284 752307
contactus@bseboysbrigade.co.uk

Girls: Claire Clifton, tel. 07949 389258
burygb@hotmail.co.uk

 

Konekt Youth Group

Garland Street Baptist Church, Bury St Edmunds
Tuesdays 1900- 2030
Ages school year 6+
Informal youth group: games, crafts, fun
and make new friends! All are welcome.

www.BSEBaptists.org.uk
Rev. Robert Green, tel. 01284 755576
revrobgreen@btconnect.com

 

 

Pathfinders Youth Group

St Mary’s with St Peter’s,
The Hyndman Centre, Bury St Edmunds
Every other Friday evening, 1930-2100
Ages school years 5 to 8

www.stmarystpeter.net
Parish office, tel. 01284 754680

Phoenix Folk Group

St Mary’s Church
The Tower Rooms, Bury St Edmunds
Every Monday, 1600-1715
Ages school years 3 to 8

 

 

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Group practice and occasional performances.
Acoustic and bass guitars, and voices.
All levels welcome (including beginners).
Individual lessons by arrangement.

Ricky Wilkinson, tel. 07768 978803

St Mary’s Church Ladies and Girls Choir

St Mary’s Church, Bury St Edmunds
Training Tuesdays 1830-1930
Occasional services Sundays 1830-1930
Ages 13+

www.stmarystpeter.net/stmaryschurch/index.php?PID=1397
Penny Hill, via the parish office, tel. 01284 754680

St Mary’s Church Male Choir

St Mary’s Church, Bury St Edmunds
Training Wednesdays 1630-1730
and Fridays 1800-1900
Services Sundays 1100-1200
Ages 7+

 

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The Church has a musical tradition going back 500 years, and the all male robed choir is one of the oldest in the country. St. Mary’s Choir is affiliated to the Royal School of Church Music and to the prestigious St Nicholas Guild. In recent years our choir has sung abroad and in famous locations in the UK including Canterbury, St Paul’s, Lincoln, Ely and Worcester Cathedrals. There is also an annual summer fun activity camp for the boys.

 

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www.theburyguide.co.uk/stmaryschoir
Peter Tryon, tel. 01449 736049
petertryon@btinternet.com

St Mary’s with St Peter’s Youth Bible Study Group

The Hyndman Centre, Hospital Lane, Bury St Edmunds
Every other Friday evening
Ages 13 to 18
www.stmarystpeter.net/stmaryschurch/index.php
Parish office, tel. 01284 754680

The Gym Youth Group

West Road Church
Sundays 1930-2100

 

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If you are a teenager, then get yourself down to the Gym on a Sunday evening after Church. We can usually be found down in the cellar, but we like to get out and about too, so we always have plenty of activities away from Church programmed into the calender. Why is it called the Gym? Well, the purpose is about spiritual fitness. Being in as good a shape spiritually as we can be in order to live out the amazing life God has planned for each one of us!

www.westroadchurch.org.uk/groups/youth
Ian Foreman, tel. 01284 723737

 

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