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Junior Church

Crèche, Pebbles, Explorers, Adventurers and Pathfinders meet on Sundays at 10:00 am.  See Sunday Worship for more information.  If children are coming for the first time, please complete a registration form.

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Children's Council

St Mary's has an active Children's Council with children elected each year by members of Junior Church.  Click on the link to find out more.

Jump for Joy - Pre-school Praise 

Bible stories, songs and activities for babies and pre-school children, with parents or other carers. Runs in term time on Tuesday mornings at St Luke's and Wednesday mornings at St Mary's.

Youth Hub

A group for younger youth (school year 5 and above), and for secondary aged young people.  Youth Hub usually takes place on the 2nd and 4th Sundays of the month in St Mary's Millennium Hall from 6pm - 7.30pm.  There's a range of activities including table tennis, badminton, table pool, discussion, socialising and refreshments.     

Godly Play

Godly Play is a way of learning about God using stories, wondering and creative responses.  Suitable for children aged 5-11.  Children must be accompanied by an adult.

Messy Church

Learning about God in a fun and informal way.  Crafts, worship and a shared meal for all ages. Children must be accompanied by an adult.  

Stay and Play

On some Wednesdays in school holidays between 10am and 12noon St Mary’s holds ‘Stay and Play’ sessions for under 8s, with parents and carers, in the hall.  Please do join us for craft, play, stories, songs, refreshments and lots of fun. Details of weeks we're meeting are posted in the diary.  Stay and Play also meets at St Luke's on some Tuesday mornings.

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St Mary's Parish Office
Osterley Road,
Isleworth,
Middlesex TW7 4PW
Tel: 020 8569 7312
(Parish Office)
Click here for St Luke's address