Children's Worship & Young People

Children of all ages are very welcome in church on Sundays:


During the Sung Eucharist, there is a

Sunday Club on the, 2nd, 3rd 4th and 5th

Sundays of the month for those of

primary school age for teaching/

children’s activities while younger

children are also welcome

accompanied by an adult.  The

children go to the vestry during the

first hymn and return for communion/

blessing with the adults at the

appropriate time within the service.  

On the first Sunday, children and

families are particularly encouraged

to attend the All-age Worship Service

which is designed to be family orientated.





****Toddlers are welcome to play on the carpeted area set aside at the west end of the church where soft toys are available.These arrangements allow accompanying adults to participate in the service.


****Of course on festive occasions Christmas, (Crib Service/Christingle Service); Easter etc. there are special services which are popular besides the themed Children’s Workshops held from time to time.


St Martins  has close links with local primary schools - Red Hill C of E Primary School - a Voluntary Controlled Foundation School where weekly assemblies are held and Fort Royal Community School.


Messy Church


On the third Saturday in every month St Martin's holds a very successful Messy Church from 10.00am to 12.15pm with various art and craft activities, bible stories,songs of praise and prayers - click here for more information:  





Team Youth Group


Teenagers enjoy the Youth Group activities organised across the Worcester S E Team.  The Group, known as Dunno, meets at various venues across the area twice a month 6pm to 8 pm on Sundays under the guidance of Team Youth Leaders.



Safeguarding Policy


St Martin's Church has safeguarding policies and procedures for chrildren, young people and vulnerable adults.  For  the information and associated links please click here:




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