Services

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Sunday Services

Generations Church meets every Sunday from 10:00am until 11:30am at Cannon Street House, Louth. Our services are family orientated and a full kids programme is available for ages 2 to 14. Services include lively worship and inspirational teaching. Following the service, we have a café where you can meet friends and socialise.

This Month

7th July

10am - Luke Gratton from Compassion

14th July

10am - Kids Takeover

21st July

10am - James Cartwright

28th July

10am - Kate Kent from The Rock Church

Kids Programme

As part of our morning services, we offer a kids programme for those aged 2 – 14, because well, let’s face it – kids are awesome!

From the youngest to the oldest generation, we want everyone to be able to hear what God is saying. So here’s what your kids can get stuck into!

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Neon Minis

For our 2 – 4 year olds we have a great team of people who come up with amazing ways to introduce stories from the Bible in the simplest of ways. Filled with songs, craft, stories and much more our neon minis have a fab time making new friends and getting to learn about the life of Jesus.

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Neon

If your child is aged 5 – 10, then Neon is the place to be! Our Neon team work to put on a great programme that will help kids to learn about the Bible and it’s characters in more depth. We love to see them grow in their learning about God’s view of them and the plans He has for their lives.

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Ice Cream Sunday

If it’s summer there’s ice cream and in winter it’s hot chocolate for everyone! Ice Cream Sunday helps to make living a Christian life relevant in today’s world. Learning how to navigate the Bible, life, school, family and friends, Ice Cream Sunday helps our teens to get to grips with God’s word and gives space to delve into deeper questions. This is for ages 11 – 14.

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Café

After the service we have plenty of time to catch up and relax in our café. With a great family feel to it, why not stay for a ‘proper’ coffee (or tea) and get to know everyone. Oh, and there’s biscuits too!