NYD Webteam: May 2017
The theme of this years King's Club is 'The Journey'.
We will be journeying with the disciples as they followed Jesus. As usual it will be fast moving and lots of fun with games, videos, craft, Bible stories, music, puppets and drama.
Mike and Pauline Hirst will again be leading the main sessions.
There will also be King's Club Extra & XL a special programme of activities for 11-16 year olds held at Low Mill Outdoor Centre. Their program will include: Bible teaching, music, drama, craft and games, as well as loads of outdoor activities such as: wide games, rope course, water games and a trip to Semerwater for canoeing.
The cost will be £30 per child.
You can download your forms from Heather (address below) or follow this link. and go to 'Publications'; you may need to go beyond the first page!
We provide bus transportation up and down Wensleydale, and work on a first come first served basis so returning your form as soon as possible could avoid disappointment.
The final activity will be a barbecue at the school on Friday, August 11th from 6pm — 8pm to which everyone is invited. We hope this will enable you to share in some of the fun of King's Club!
See fun from last year in our picture on the right.
Further details, including transport arrangements, will be sent out in July. Please don't hesitate to contact Heather if you need further clarification on anything.
(Miss) Heather Sowerby
(King's Club Administration)
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