The team in Loughton is led by Catherine Wait with Amy Tse who are supported by a fantastic team of volunteers, who are committed to Jesus and to loving our kids and seeing them grow. They are DBS checked and follow Restore’s safeguarding policy.
We work with families to understand each child’s needs and do all we can to provide ways of helping everyone engage with God and his family. Please speak with Catherine or Amy if your child needs particular assistance because of developmental or physical challenge.
Birth to 3 years
The baby care room
For babies and their parent or carer.
A quieter stay and play area located in the classroom at the back of the main hall, you’ll find a changing area, toys, audio link to the service, and conversation with other parents.
For toddlers and their parent or carer
The Sparks space, is a place to play during the talk. Located in the white tiled room adjacent to the main hall and it is equipped with an audio link to the service, toys and snacks.
3 to 11 years
On Sunday mornings we worship all together in big church, then meet in age-specific groups for 45 minutes.
To register your child (including special needs and health information), sign up is in the main foyer from 8:50 – 9:10 for the 9am service and 10:50 – 11:10 for the 11am service.
Families stay together during worship, then, when directed by the service leader, children make their way to groups – follow the umbrellas!
At the end of the service (10:15 or 12:15) children are collected. Please follow the directions of the Restore Kids team and bring your security wristband with you. We can only release a child to someone with the corresponding wristband.
Aged 3 years to Reception.
A Jumpstart session includes playing, making, songs, praying, stories, snacks and chatting so that children meet and experience Jesus in an environment of play.
Years 1 -3
Discover Who am I? What does God think about me? Who has God made me to be?. A Rocks session includes games, stories, making, praying, videos, snacks and chatting as children are equipped and encouraged to be all that God has made them to be.
Years 4 - 6.
To equip each other for living as followers of Jesus, being led by his voice. A Fix session includes games, food, stories, art, videos, chatting and praying. In a small group context, children understand more of how God designed them to be and explore questions about God and ourselves.
During the week we have after-school groups for older primary girls and older primary boys.
Our aim is to provide a space for girls and boys to grow their relationship with Jesus and with each other through games, craft, prayer activities and discussions.
Please contact Catherine Wait for more details.