Holiday club promises lots of fun

Last year's holiday club Rocky's Plaice was a huge success. photo: Ian Dyga.
Last year's holiday club Rocky's Plaice was a huge success. photo: Ian Dyga.

BROCH children are set for fun and games next week courtesy of the Fraserburgh West Parish Church holiday club!

Based on Scripture Union’s Mission Rescue holiday club material, the week will be full of games, crafts, drama, music, DVD presentations and Bible stories as children learn about how God rescued the Israelites from slavery in Egypt and how God continues to rescue people today through Jesus.

The holiday club runs from 10am until 12.30pm at the St. Andrew’s Hall, Mid Street, and is open to all children from primary 1 to primary 7 (those about to start school after the holidays are welcome too).

An excited leader of the holiday club, Rev Carol Anne Parker, commented: “I’m really looking forward to this year’s holiday club. If the enthusiasm of our leaders is anything to go by it’s going to be great fun! It would be fantastic if lots of children come along.”

Children are welcome to go along on the day but to secure a place pick up a form from Florianna’s Flowercraft or R & S Dyga’s Newsagents as soon as possible.

Scripture Union’s Mission Rescue holiday club is part of a range of resources, fiction and information books for individuals, and churches providing for their local communities. Scripture Union also works in schools, runs residential holidays, missions and overseas placements, and offers training opportunities.