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Enjoying taking part in the story told by the Revd Kevin Ashby, who is also pictured below.



Helpers taking part in one of the songs.


The congregation pretending to be candles...


...and taking part in the service.


Time to sing... and make some noise. And also below...






Wearing a "crown."


A fun time was had by all!

A packed congregation from St Mary's Church, Melton, were treated to a special All Age Worship Service at Parkside on Sunday which featured the St Mary's Tiny Tots group.

The service was led by the Revd Kevin Ashby and the Revd Catriona Cumming, assisted by  some of the group's helpers. It was a chance to learn what the Tiny Tots get up to when they meet on a Thursday morning.

Youngsters and adults enjoyed taking part in the story of the lost sheep and there was chance to walk round the room playing an assortment of musical instruments which were conveniently at hand!

A fun morning ended with the group selling cakes and a fantastic sum of £74 was raised towards funds for the Re-ordering Project in St Mary's Church.

The Tiny Tots group meets on Thursdays at 10am in the Samworth Centre for crafts, a short service, refreshments and plenty of chat. Everyone is welcome. 



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