Sunday Mornings


There is a Creche available during our Sunday morning meetings with 2 age groups "Sunbeams" for 0 to 2 year olds and "Stars" for 3 to 4 year olds. The children usually have lots of time to play, as well as hearing Bible stories and doing some craft activities.

Kids Church

Our children are an important part of the church and and we know we have a responsibility to equip and empower the future generations of our communities, grounding them in a relationship with Jesus and an understanding of the church.

Kids Church is split into 3 groups, KC1 for Reception to Year 1, KC2 for Years 2 to 6 and Youth for Years 7 to 11.

In these groups they learn about Jesus in a fast, fun and energetic way. Each Sunday morning our children are involved in:

  • Playing games
  • Child friendly bible teaching: we use drama, puppets, DVDs, sketches and object lessons in order to make it as interactive as possible.



Our Toddler group meets at Katesgrove Community Centre on Thursday mornings. More about Rainbows

More information

For more information or to express an interest in getting involved in the children’s work at Reading Family Church, please get in touch via the button below.

Reading Family Church regards the protection and safeguarding of children and young people as a priority. In the interests of safety and wellbeing of all, Reading Family Church children’s workers have an up-to-date enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) certificate.

Safeguarding Policy

At RFC we take the protection of our children and vulnerable adults seriously. We have a comprehensive Safeguarding Policy available to read on request.

If you would like to raise any concerns in relation to safeguarding then contact our safeguarding co-ordinator Sarah Horne, or our safeguarding officer, Scott Taylor, via the church office.

We ask parents to be aware that outside of the supervised activities for children and youth, they are responsible for the welfare and care of their own children and that the site is open to all members of the public.

We want to see the children and young people’s lives transformed by the power of God’s love and to be passionate about His Church. Sarah Horne, Children's Worker