Children, Youth and Families
Our Children and Families Development Officer, Sophie works strategically across the Deanery Island churches to promote, encourage, resource and facilitate the work we do with children and families. Whether you are looking for a church community to call home or a group to join in with and explore the Christian faith, the church has much to offer. We have a variety of groups and activities within the Parish churches, from Sunday morning ministry suitable for adults and children, Baby and Toddler Groups, Dad’s Groups, Forest Church to Church with Pizza!
If you would like to find out more information about the Children’s and Family work across the Island’s Anglican Churches - please click on the individual churches and follow the link to their websites or contact Sophie who can help guide you in deciding where to visit.
Children and Families News and Events
The ‘Jersey Deanery Children and Families’ Facebook page is a centralised place; listing activities across the Island Churches. Click the link below.
The Deanery of Jersey Children and Families Advisory Hub (DoJ Hub)
The hub offers a central place to find out more about the life of the Church when it comes to working with children and families across our communities. The hub is a place for multi-agency partnership, mentoring and supporting local church workers and volunteers, whilst bringing churches together for courses, training and resourcing.
If you are involved in children, youth or working with families within the Island Anglican churches you can sign into the portal to access a range of useful tools, information and upcoming training opportunities. Please contact the Deanery Children and Families worker for login details.
To see what happened during 2021 Click Here
What happened in 2022 Click Here
Our Deanery Children and Families Worker is an advocate for the voice of the child, young person and parent within the Island Churches. This can be done through running workshops, research projects, developing relationships with families, and simply listening to those who attend Island churches. We want to listen, support and act and this role enables that to happen.