Junior Church

Meets each Sunday, except when the whole Church Family worships together.
Age-related learning is offered in small groups with a variety of enjoyable activities, for those of school age.

 A crèche can also be available if requested.

All those working with children and young people have clear DBS certificates, as required (see Safeguarding page). Please contact a member of the Church Team for more information.

The Box

We’ve moved on, and there’s always something for 7’s to 17’s to explore in “The Box”.

We meet each Thursday evening between 6.45pm and 8.15pm.

Tuck shop, games & fun stuff, crafts & cooking, activities & talk’s, advice & events.

For more info please contact Kirsty Deary on 07812 511629

3Generate is an action-packed and inspiring weekend for hearing the voice of children and young people across the Methodist Church, focussing on fun, faith and friends. To see what happens visit our YouTube channel – 3GenerateTV

The calling of the Methodist Church is to respond to the gospel of God’s love in Christ and to live out its discipleship in worship and mission. In response to this, each year a 3Generate manifesto is produced, based on the conversations that took place and expressing the views, concerns and aspirations of the children and young people who attended.
The 2019 manifesto, created from feedback gathered across all the venues and age streams at 3Generate 2018, can be downloaded here manifesto-a4-2019


Other youth activities are available nearby in the Sprowston area
For example, the Sprowton Youth Cafe for 13 to 18 years, supported by SYEP, at St Cuthberts Church Centre (near the roundabout): every Tuesday evening, 7pm till 9pm.


BB badge24th Norwich Boys Brigade

Since 1949, when the 4th Norwich was formed, there has been an opportunity for boys and young men to meet on a Wednesday evening with the Boys’ Brigade at Wroxham Road Methodist Church.  The Boys’ Brigade is a Uniformed Christian Youth Organisation which was formed way back in 1883, but is still relevant and as needed in our modern times.

At the 4th we encourage any boy at any age to join us in fun and fellowship through a wide ranging programme of informal education to promote the “object” of the BB and to build lifelong skills and make lifelong friends.

The BB Object
“The advancement of Christ’s kingdom among Boys and the promotion of habits of Obedience, Reverence, Discipline, Self-respect and all that tends towards a true Christian manliness.”

We meet every Wednesday evening (during School term time) from 6:15pm to 7:30pm for the Anchor Section (5-8 years) and Junior Section (8-11 years) boys, and 7pm through to 8:30pm for the older Company/Sections.
All our staff are volunteers and are appointed by the Church Council and have clear DBS disclosure, many of whom have been members of the organisation through their childhood!

More Info
To find our more about the Boys’ Brigade in general visit http://www.boys-brigade.org.uk/
For more information about the 4th should you wish to join please contact our current Captain, Mr S Butterfield by calling 01603 405544 or Mrs Jackie Lawrence on 01603 427560.

The Queen’s Awards Presentations 2016

Messy Church Logo Copyright Bible Reading Fellowship© 2012. See www.messychurch.org.ukMessy Church

Messy Church enables people of all ages to belong to Christ together with the church.  It’s a way of being church which is particularly suited to families, but welcoming to all.

You can expect:

  • A warm welcome
  • Different hands-on activities with a Bible theme
  • A short celebration with a story, songs and prayers
  • A meal together
  • It’s different each time
  •   For dates see the events diary

“This is not church for children.  It’s church for church.  It’s church for everyone… I want to encourage you to never be bound by the way we’ve always done it… it’s a circle of all ages meeting together to engage in who God is in a way that works for them.”     Archbishop Justin Welby