Activities for young people

Coronavirus Emergency

Please note that due to the current health emergency all regular Church activities are suspended until further notice.

The details below are provided for information only.

Activities for young people at our Church

Young people form a vital and integral part of our Church and there are plenty of exciting and stimulating activities to take part in and enjoy.

Ranging from pre-school to teenage years, all activities are supervised by experienced leaders with appropriate qualifications and DBS certification.

Quinton Methodist Church has a comprehensive Safeguarding Policy in place.

Stay and Play

Sessions cancelled until further notice

Stay and Play features plenty of exciting and informal play with general and rideable toys, a sand pit, books, puzzles and craft activities. Each session includes singing and rhyme time, and fruit, toast, juice and healthy snacks are provided.

Kidz Fun Club

Sessions cancelled until further notice

Engaging activities, games and crafts for children of primary school age with the emphasis on learning with plenty of fun.

The Boys’ Brigade

Meetings cancelled until further notice

Activities for boys from age four to eighteen years. Enjoy new experiences and gain skills through crafts, sports, discussion, camp and much more!

Find out more about 59th Birmingham Boys’ Brigade based at Quinton Methodist Church.

The Girls’ Brigade

Meetings cancelled until further notice

Activities for girls from age four to eighteen years including games, crafts, discussions, band, cookery, sporting activities and opportunity for reflection.

Find out more about 40th Birmingham Girls’ Brigade based at Quinton Methodist Church.

Breakfast Church

Cancelled until further notice

Suitable for all ages, Breakfast Church is a splendid way for families with children to start Sunday. Breakfast Church is held at 9.30am on the fifth Sunday of months with five Sundays and lasts for about 50 minutes.

The emphasis is on informality with porridge, cereal, toast and tasty bacon baps and drinks served in the Parlour. The worship element is deliberately very accessible, often consisting of a short thought-provoking film or computer presentation followed by a short discussion or activity and a prayer.