We are so pleased to have a growing number of children and young people as part of our church family.


Every Sunday morning we want them to have FUN and to grow in FRIENDSHIP with each other and with Jesus. We are praying that they would follow Jesus and live for him. Visitors are always welcome and children are free to join in as much or as little as they feel comfortable.

On a normal Sunday morning children can expect…

To meet with the whole church family for the beginning of the service (10-15 minutes) before heading out to their own groups for fun and teaching. Roughly once a half term we have a family service when all the children stay in. This is a lively service with a shorter talk aimed at children but with something for the adults to think about too.

Babies and Toddlers

(0–3 years old)
An unsupervised creche is available at the back of the church which parents of little ones are welcome to use. There is also a small room available for noisier play or upset children!

Little Kids

(Nursery – Year 2)

Meet in the little kids room where they enjoy games and story time to learn simple truths from the Bible in creative and fun ways. The children often do activity sheets or crafts which they can take home to help them remember what they’ve learnt from God’s word.

Big Kids

(Year 3 – Year 6)

Meet in the big kids room where they enjoy games and activities, as well as discussing the Bible in a more grown-up way. It’s still lots of fun but we hope they will think more about how the Bible applies to their lives at home and in school.

Bigger Kids

(Year 7 and older)
Meet in the Tower Room for discussion, games and Bible study. We hope these young people will start to grow strong friendships together and we encourage them try serving in a small way at church too.

Where we meet

We meet each week at All Saints Wandsworth.


We take safeguarding very seriously at Christ Church at All Saints. All our children’s groups and activities are overseen by people who have been fully safeguarding trained and DBS checked. Click below to see a Safeguarding Statement from the Co-Mission Churches Trust (the Charity of which we are part)