There is a programme for children and young people up to the age of 13 on Sunday mornings, as well as a variety of mid-week activities.

We believe that children are part of the church today.

Junior Church 4-11s

Junior Church 2Meeting on a Sunday morning, part way through the service, together we aim, to invite and encounter God’s presence in an environment that is safe, fun and friendly.  We are on a journey of embracing and living our Kingdom culture, which centres round Father’s heart, character and love.  Part of our morning includes a quiet “soaking in His Presence” time so that we can truly see ourselves through Father’s eyes.

Junior Church 1We want to see our children confident in their destiny and equipped to fulfill Jesus’ call, to demonstrate His love and power, wherever they are placed.

Creative Toddlers

CC_190pxl_CreativeToddlersThis group meets on Tuesday mornings from 10.00am at Lindisfarne House.  It’s an opportunity for toddlers and their mums to come along to play, chat, eat and be creative.

The group is held during term time, and is open to all.  The programme includes all sorts of creativity, with singing, movement and craft featuring large!  It is a small group where the emphasis is on playing together, sharing together and eating together!Creative Toddlers

For more information, contact us.

Thursday Toddler Group

Thursday mornings at Lindisfarne House are never dull!

From 10.00- 11.45am, mums, dads, carers and toddlers get together.  The group runs during term time, and is open to all.  There is an excellent range of toys and activities, a well-structured programme, and plenty of tea, coffee and tea-cakes! Toddler Group 3- 2015

For more information, contact us.



Youth, we love ’em – they’re brilliant!  They provoke and inspire us today and will be leading tomorrow.  So we seek to invest all we can into the youth – those in the church and those outside it.

To find out more about our youth activities, click on the links below:

World Changers

This group is for young people aged 11-13 (school years 7-8).  Meeting on Sunday mornings most weeks for part of the morning, except when it’s a guest service, baptism or other special event, so that the young people can begin to integrate with the adult teaching.

By this age, young people are keen to see how their faith applies to contemporary issues.  Teaching is more interactive, with plenty of room for discussion and debate!  As always, the bible is our source book for truth and wisdom, and we’re seeking to establish a love of the scriptures in young hearts and minds.

The challenge to young people between 11 and 13 is this – to recognise that your life is like a blank sheet of paper that God wants to write on.  God has got things for you to do in your life that only you can do.  You can be a WORLD CHANGER!  We each make a difference in our world – to the people around us – we will change history, just by being in it.  But will those changes be what God wants?  They will be, if we have GOD IN US.  That doesn’t just mean becoming a Christian, but it means getting GOD INTO US EVERY DAY.  If you want to be someone who changes the world for the better as you follow Jesus, then join us at WorldChangers!

Revolution Youth

Revolution final_goldRevolution is a group of young people who enjoy hanging out, exploring relationship with God and worshiping together.  It’s a safe place to figure out what it means to be a disciple of Jesus and grow together, all while having plenty of fun.

It is for young people in the church and their friends, aged 13-18 (school years 9-13).  It meets Wednesdays in term time, 7.30–9.30pm at Lindisfarne House.Revolution Youth Logo

There is a varied programme including games, food, worship and trips and joining with other youth groups around the city for joint ventures like The Noise.

For more information, contact us.

If you’re about to come to Worcester as a student, or recently arrived as a fresher – welcome to Worcester.

Student Lunch

During term times, we are very happy to provide lunch for students on Sundays after the service.  At the beginning of each academic year, we have a lunch all together with freshers at Lindisfarne House.  After that, there are always church families available and willing to invite students back to their homes for lunch on Sundays.  It’s a great way to get to know more people in the church, as well as getting a bit of home cooking!

Worcester Uni logoChristian Union support

Not only do we want to look after students who come to us but we also want to be a resource to the CU at Worcester uni.  Over the years, many of our students have served on CU committees and a some of us have been involved in speaking at CU events.

If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to get in touch as soon as you arrive in Worcester.  Let us know your email and we’ll send you some more information.  There are loads of things going on that you can get involved in, both student-wise and as part of the church family at CCW.  We really want you to get the most out of your years in Worcester, including God stuff!

Safeguarding our children and vulnerable adults.

Here at City Church we take seriously the safeguarding of our children and vulnerable adults.  We have a detailed policy in place following recommended good practice.  A copy of this is available for inspection in the church office.

Download our general Safeguarding Policy Statement