For children from 3 years of age.
9:50 am in the Large Hall, every Sunday except when there is an All Age Communion Service (generally 2nd Sunday in the month)
At Sunday School…
- we come together to worship
- we come together to pray
- we come together to hear God’s word
- we come together to praise
- we come together to meet God
- and we come together to have fun!
From 11 – 16 years of age – school years 6 – 11.
Our Youth group meets fortnightly on Mondays in the Large Hall from 6.15 – 7.30pm
Our activities include Sport – eg Table Tennis/ table football etc,
Cookery – eg Shortbread / pizza/ milkshakes etc,
Crafts- eg card making/ Jewellery Making etc
If possible, a donation of £1.50 a week per child would be much appreciated to help us cover the cost of the ingredients for the cookery activity, Thank you.
St Mildred’s actively welcomes children and young people and seeks to involve them in all areas of our work and mission. The following activities may be particular of interest to young people:
- Sunday School – as a member or a helper
- Prayer and Praise – both in regular services and special events
- Serving at Holy Communion services
- Choir and worship band
Contact the Parish Office for more info on how you can be involved or help with activities.
Richard Mander is our Organist/Director of Music – taking up his post in September 2016.
Previous Directors include Jan Pringle, Derek Dorey, Tim Horton, Martin How and Paul Spicer.
St Mildred’s Church Choir is comprised of boys, girls, men and women from age 6 upwards. It sings the Sunday morning services, evening services twice a month, occasional Festival evening services and also special events, e.g. weddings, funerals etc.
St Mildred’s Church Choir has, for nearly 40 years, undertaken to sing the services at cathedrals all over the country mainly during the absence on holiday of the various Cathedral Choirs. It has for instance sung at Wells on a number of occasions, also at Portsmouth, York Minster, Ely, Gloucester, Bath Abbey, Winchester and Worcester to name but a few.
There is an active Choir Association devoted to raising money to fund the Cathedral visits. The Choir has been affiliated to the Royal School of Church Music for over 60 years (and marked this with a Grand Celebration Concert on 10th May 2008).
Junior Choir practices:
Tuesday 5:30 – 6.00pm choir club followed by choir practice 6.00 – 7.00pm – in the Music Room
Friday 7.30pm to 8.30pm- in the Music Room
Full Choir practice
Friday 8.00 – 9.00pm in the Music room
The Ladies’ Choir entertains various groups, both at St Mildred’s and at other Churches and regularly sings for the Women’s World Day of Prayer service held on the first Friday in March in Croydon.
For more information about our choirs, please contact our Director of Music by email.
Friends of St. Mildred's
Help support St Mildred’s by making a suggested, gift-aidable, donation of £25 per annum to Church funds. You will be kept up to date with what is happening through your 10 complementary copies of the Parish Post.
You can also tailor your involvement by requesting which special information you would like to receive – e.g. children’s activities, musical events, special services etc.
Bible Reading Notes
For further details contact the Parish Office
The Parish Post can be obtained from Church for 50p per issue (10 per year) or by joining the Friends of St Mildred’s (see above) and having it delivered to you.
If you would like to submit an article for publication, please email or write to the Parish Office. Copy deadline is the second Tuesday of the preceding month.
The Lit meets in The Pavilion every Tuesday from October to April. 7.30pm – 9.30pm
Subscription for the season is £35;
Non-Members £3.50 per meeting
(includes tea and biscuits which will be served before the meeting between 7.30 and 8pm)
The 2019/20 Programme
For further information, please tap here
The Mother's Union
The Women’s Group meets in the Small Hall on the 3rd Thursday of each month – generally at 8:00 pm – unless stated otherwise.
Tap here for more details of the current programme.
How a food bank works
Frontline care professionals identify people in need: Care professionals such as doctors, health visitors, social workers, CAB and police identify people in crisis and issue them with a foodbank voucher. Foodbanks partner with a wide range of care professionals who are best placed to assess need and make sure that it is genuine.
Clients receive food: Foodbank clients bring their voucher to a foodbank centre where it can be redeemed for three days emergency food. Volunteers meet clients over a cup of tea or free hot meal and are able to signpost people to agencies able to solve the longer-term problem.
How YOU can help
You can help St Mildreds by downloading the shopping list here and bringing the goodies into church week by week.
Consider joining a rota of volunteers to deliver the food to the food bank.
Our Home Groups, meet fortnightly on Wednesdays – groups meeting in the mornings and in the evenings – and on Thursday evenings.
There is a list at the back of church where you can register your interest and find out more.
Or you can contact the Parish Office for further details.