What is it?

We are pleased to invite you to the 30th St Thomas Easter Holiday Club. The 2018 theme will be 'The King's Quest'! We'll be having a medieval-themed week and hearing about God's King, Jesus, who came from heaven to earth on his quest: to defeat evil and death and win everlasting life for his people. All brought to life with fun, games, drama, videos, art, Bible stories, songs, competitions, refreshments, and crafts to take home each day!

Who is Holiday Club for?

Anyone in Reception to year 6.

When is it?

Tuesday 10th April till Friday 13th April, every morning from 10-12.30am. There will also be an open evening for all the family on Thursday 12th April from 6.30-7.30pm, and a special Holiday Club church service at 10.30am on Sunday 15th April at St Thomas church.

What does it cost?

Nothing! It is free, but donations towards costs would not be refused!

How can my children join?

Simply download the application form, print it out and fill it in to give your permission. Then post or hand it to the church office (access via the side door of the church, normal office hours 9.30am-1.30pm Monday-Friday, telephone 020 8245 9152, email ). Be aware that the club always fills up, so book early to be sure of a place!

Paper copies are also available from the office, from the back of the church building, or from various church groups.

Here is the video of the 2016 Holiday Club for a taster:

YGNite Holiday Club

This afternoon club is for older siblings - or indeed anyone in school years 6-9! We'll meet from 3-5pm on 10th-12th April (Tuesday to Thursday) only. There'll be fun, games, drama, talks from the Bible stories, food and drink - and the theme will be 'Extravagance' as we hear Jesus' story about the son who ran away from his father and how much it shows about what God is like.

Again, either download, print out and fill in the registration form and return it to the church office, or contact the office to get a paper copy.


If you'd like to see more of what we offer young people throughout the year at St Thomas's, please take a look at the Activities section of this site.

Here's are some more videos for a taster: