Toddler Group @ Epping URC

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EURC Toddler Group

Wednesday during "Term Time"

Our Toddler Group meets every Wednesday between 10am and 11:30am during term time.

  • Karin runs the group and arranges a wide range of thematically linked activities including crafts and stories in each session and a monthly Bible story.
  • At special times of the year such as Christmas and Easter, the group has a short service in the church.
  • We fundraise for various charities throughout the year including Children in Need, Comic & Sport Relief and Macmillan.

The group is very popular and has a waiting list, so if you would like a place or any more information please email Karin at:
eppingurctodds@btinternet.com

Epping United Reformed Church
Lindsey Street
Epping
CM16 6RB

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