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Baildon Methodist Church - Childrens Adventurers GroupADVENTURERS SESSION STRUCTURE

Switch on – games or activities to introduce the theme and set the scene

Into the Bible – exploring the Bible story

Living the life – practical and fun ways for the children to apply their faith during the week ahead

Each group has a minimum of two adults with current CRB checks.

Primary School Presentation

Parents are reminded that they are responsible for their own children from the end of the Church service.



The Group meets in Church every Sunday at 10.00am – 11.00am.
All children from tots to teens are welcome and the group is FREE.



If you have any questions about Adventurers or would like to volunteer as a
leader / helper please contact Janet Binks.


Yuredssi OrtegaYuredssi

The Adventurers’ is part of Compassion’s Child Sponsorship Programme.  We sponsor a young Columbian girl called Yuredssi to attend the Generacion De Conquista Student Centre where staff provide her with Bible teaching, medical assistance, recreational activities, cultural activities and craft workshops.

Read more about Yuredssi.



6 March 2011 – Latest News from the Adventurers Group

The Adventurers played their part during Fairtrade Fortnight by getting creative and decorating pieces of Fairtrade cotton bunting.  Used to express what Fairtrade means to us and to call for trade justice for West African cotton farmers, the will be hung in prominent places around Baildon Village over the next few weeks – hoping that they will get lots of attention.





When Fairtrade Fortnight’s over, the bunting will be sent to London where it is going to be stitched together in an attempt to break the world record for the longest continual piece of bunting to help tell more people about how Fairtrade cotton protects the livelihoods of cotton farmers and to pressure decision-makers to make trade fairer for cotton farmers in West Africa.


By | 2017-11-30T14:33:42+00:00 February 14th, 2011|Children, International, Main Church Groups, Young Children, Young People|Comments Off on Adventurers

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