Welcome to Lighthouse Club for 7-11 year olds. Come and join us for great games, activities, Bible stories and more!
Lighthouse Club runs every Tuesday from 6:00pm – 7:15pm during term time.
The club meets at Guildford Park Church, more details of which can be found by clicking here.
What do we do at Lighthouse Club?
We have fun!
Every week there we have different games, exciting stories from the bible and brilliant activities such as craft, cooking or team challenges. We have also been known to live the church for events like BBQ’s or games in the park!
Open to the whole family are the “Lighthouse Extra” events we run, these often happen at least once a term, and are a great opportunity for parents to join in with the activities with the kids (or if that’s too much work, you can watch and drink tea from the sidelines!)
To see the timetable click here
James Finch: James has been involved at Guildford Park Church since 2007, and is married to Deb. They have a daughter Amelie and a son called Jude who is growing fast! James works as a Mechanical Engineer and in his spare time enjoys cycling and spending time with the rest of the family.
Sue Rummery: Sue is married to Tony and they have a son. They have been attending Guildford Park Church since 2006. Sue is also involved with Coffee Mornings which meets at the church on Thursday mornings. Sue enjoys playing the clarinet, reading, walking the dog, baking, eating out, and going on holiday!
Sam Sharpe: Sam was studying Maths at Surrey University when she joined Guildford Park Church. She is currently working in Online Publishing, and in her free time she enjoys music, baking, painting… generally making stuff!
Nathanael Matthews: Nicky is 18 and goes to George Abbot 6th Form, where he is studying Maths, Physics, Chemistry and Further Maths. He has been coming to GPC since he was 8 months old! and even went to Lighthouse Club many years ago! During his spare time Nicky enjoys cycling.
All the leaders are CRB/DBS checked.
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