St. Peter's in the forest

The Red Balloon Foundation are currently working alongside St. Peter's in the Forest to develop a variety of children's and youthwork projects.

If you are interested in RBF working with your church or organisation to develop similar programmes, please contact

st. peter's Groups

To sign up for a group with St.Peter's in the Forest please click on the button below

Friday Club is a brilliant activity for the whole family to drop in to on the way home from school. With activities available for toddlers right up to secondary age children, the whole Church comes alive from 3:30-5pm each week with fun games, crafts, activities, consoles, snacks and more!​

Parents/carers can drop off children who are primary school aged and above in the care of trained professional children's/youth workers and our volunteer team, or can choose to 'stay and play' with any age child, having fun trying out the different activities and games together. Its just like all those parent/toddler groups you went to when they were little, but with activities for all ages.

During the session, there are also moments of gathered time where larger groups will come together for games and to think about a story from the Bible which families can join in with or carry on doing other activities.


Every Friday 10:00 until 11:30


We are really excited to announce that toddler group will be starting up on Friday 2nd October. You will need to sign up to the group as we can only have 15 individual families/carers with their children.


During the session there will be time for worship songs with actions, Bible story, Craft time, a snack for the children and a time to catch up with one another.  


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