Dawlish Christian Fellowship

 

Balloons at DCFI hold my Dawlish classes at Dawlish Christian Fellowship, DCF, which is the church that my family and I attend.

Bit from their website…

“DCF is a growing church seeking to be more people, more like Jesus.

DCF includes people of all ages and backgrounds whose lives have been touched and transformed through their personal encounters with Jesus Christ.

We are a busy church who meet in the old primary school, with lots going on throughout the week.”

Here are some of the child friendly and family actives that go on (some are term time only):

Monday mornings:

Little Music Makers (I hear these are great!). These are not DCF activities, but take place in their building.

Wednesday mornings:

Parent and toddler group 9.45-11.30. Bring your child along and enjoy art and craft, messy play, snacks, singing, treasure baskets and toys together. All welcome. No need to book, and we are a very friendly bunch of mums (and dads and grandparents and carers!). We ask for a suggested donation of £1 per family.

Every other Wednesday:

Coffee, croissants and questions! A (very) informal get together held every other Wednesday before parent and toddler group from 9.15. We investigate Christianity and try and answer some of life’s tough questions together.

Thursday morning:

Time Out – a friendly supportive group for women of any faith, looking at life issues from a Christian perspective. Children welcome, although it is designed for ladies. There will be cake!

Sunday morning:

The service is at 10.30. The first service in the month is an all-age service. In the other weeks, there are Junior Church groups for children aged 0-16. There is no dress code, come as you are!

If you would like to come to any of these, but don’t fancy coming by yourself, contact me, and we can go together!

Please see the DCF website for lots more information. There are plenty of other things that go on.

Directions to Dawlish Christian Fellowship (click to enlarge).

Directions to DCF

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