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any church with baby bilble playgroup/class for baby at age 1.5

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    Tong.kate is offline Registered User
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    any church with baby bilble playgroup/class for baby at age 1.5

    Hi,

    Any one has ideas of above, as my baby is going to age 1.5 years. I would like to see any church with such services, so that I can bring him to church with me.

    Thanks.
    Mrs tong

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    Union Church has a creche where you can leave your baby with the 'aunties'.
    Methodist Church in Wan Chai is just setting one up.

    These are English-speaking congregations.

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    i agree with kashismum, union church at 22a kennedy road has a fantastic kids program. the creche is also safe ....information is taken down about your child, and there are more than enough aunties in the creche so that if your child is in distress someone can come fetch you from the service. the church is also small enough so that you get recognised easily as well.

    sunday services with childcare are at 9.30am and 11am

    hope to see you & your son there!

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    More on this topic...does anyone know of a church with a well established Sunday School/Children Service for a 3 year old in the Clearwater Bay, Sai Kung or Ma On Shan areas. We are bilingual, so an English speaking church or Cantonese speaking church would be OK for us.

    We've been going to a very small local church for almost a year and my son has just started to attend the Sunday school, which is very new. Although, I've tried, I don't really feel that I fit in and I have some reservations on the teaching methods used in the Sunday school.

    I'd appreciate any suggestions. Thanks!

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    sounds like resurrection church hong kong suits your needs perfectly.

    they are in the clearwater bay/sai kung area and have a "little lambs" programme. services are at 10am. the head of the programme is lizzie riggs.

    http://www.resurrection.org.hk/

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    Dear Seb's Dad,
    Thanks for your advise. I may try Union Church. By the way, can you advise: Is there any similar in Kowloon side?

    Tks.

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    DTHY, PM me and let me know which church you go to? i would recommend my church at Hang Hau (half a block down from CWB road), but just to make sure you're not going to that one already? are you looking for something Catholic?

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    i will be interested in sth for roman catholics. anyone knows any?

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