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Seaside Rock Holiday Club – summer 2010

Our Holiday Club this year is based on the theme of the seaside and one particular fisherman called Peter, who was known as the Rock. Peter was a follower of Jesus, and the first disciple to recognize who Jesus was. But later on he turned away from Jesus and denied that he had ever known him.

There will be games involving water, sand and stones.  There will be building of houses on sand and on a hard surface. There will be singing and stories.

Ages: 5-10

Dates: Wednesday 18th to Friday 20th August 2010

Time: 9.45am to 12.45pm

Cost: £2 per day or £5 for all three days (discounts for two or more children)

Please register by emailing us with details of children’s ages, whether boy or girl, and days attending. Come early on 18th August to sign consent form.

Events week 2009

We held a week of events between Saturday 27 June and Sunday 5 July. Follow the links for more details…

The affairs of the heart

28 June-6 July 2008

A week of events in which we invite you to think about the things that are most important to you…

riches – plans – passion – justice – approval – good education – marriage – equality – possessions – friends – ambition – striving – property – immortality – excellence – purpose – morality – achievement – gods – family – intelligence – celebrity – truth – contentment – heroes – victory – love
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Making Tracks 2005

Brighton Festival Community Art Project: workshop, exhibition, and competition for school children and students.

“the railways brought huge growth and social change to Brighton …”

As part of the Brighton Festival Fringe from 7th-28th May 2005 we are organising “Making Tracks”: workshops, historical exhibition, and display of children’s art work to be held in the Brighton Railway Mission Classrooms (part of our church building).

The theme sentence of the competition is : “the railways brought huge growth and social change to Brighton … ” Our aim is to stimulate imaginative and creative interest in an important factor which made our city what it is – architecturally, economically, historically, geographically, culturally and spiritually.

Entries may be in any medium. The judges will look for those entries which best capture the atmosphere and impact of the theme sentence.

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Brighton Tracks 2004

Brighton Festival Community Art Project for school children and students.

As part of the Brighton Festival Fringe from 1st-23rd May 2004 we are organising a competition of children’s art work to be displayed in the Brighton Railway Mission Schoolrooms (part of our church building).

The theme of the competition is Brighton’s Victorian Railways – a slice of the past explored by the youth of today. Our aim is to stimulate imaginative and creative interest in an important factor which made our city what it is – architecturally, economically, historically, geographically, culturally and spiritually.

Entries may be in any medium. The judges will look for those entries which best capture the atmosphere and impact of the subject.

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