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Children and Youth

Wilton Baptist Church is committed to providing a safe and happy environment for young people of all ages to learn about God and the Christian faith using a variety of resources and activities.

We take the protection and security of all young people at our activities very seriously, and are pleased to confirm that Wilton Baptist Church has a child protection policy and all leaders involved in teaching our young people have passed the necessary Data & Barring Service (DBS) checks.

Download our Safeguarding Policy Statement (PDF, 59k) to read the document in full.


Sunday Club

After the first part of the Sunday morning service, the young people leave the main service to have their own club. This provides the children with an opportunity to learn more about God and the Christian faith, using a variety of age-appropriate resources and fun activities.


Ducklings (Parent and Toddlers Group)

Every Wednesday between 10am-12pm during term time, a free group with a fun mix of activities for babies and toddlers, including singing and signing. Snacks are provided for the children, while parents have an opportunity to chat and relax over a cup of tea or coffee.

Wilton Baptist Church - Ducklings toddlers group
Wilton Baptist Church - Ducklings toddlers group
Wilton Baptist Church - Ducklings toddlers group
Wilton Baptist Church - Ducklings toddlers group
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Friday Club (Youth Club for School Years 2-6)

Every other Friday 7-8.30pm, during term time (as advertised on the Church notice board). Friday Club enables children to enjoy activities such as art & craft, pool, table football, air hockey, Giant Jenga, Connect 4, dressing up, X-box and Wii-sports. The evening includes a short time where all the children and adults come together to listen to a message about God and the Christian faith from one of the leaders.