The Shell Seekers Sunday School

The Shell Seekers The Shell Seekers

 

Welcome to the Shell Seekers' pages. The Shell Seekers take their name from our patron saint, James, whose symbol is the shell, and the word 'seeker' reminding us that we are all seeking God's love and support.

We meet most Sundays during term time. We start the 0930 service with the rest of the congregation in church and leave for our meeting in the hall after the first hymn. One of us collects our special cross from the altar and as we leave the church the clergy pray for us. We return to the main service for communion or a blessing. After communion we often share with the congregation what we learnt in the session.

The Shell seekers logoShell Seekers welcomes all children from reception classes upwards. We often work together in a mixed age group allowing everyone to share and explore ideas together and deepen their knowledge. This means our young members have a fantastic relationship with each other that extends out of the sessions and into school and life in general.

We continue to be open to volunteers in this crucial area of our growth for St James’s – if you feel inspired to help as we evolve in our work with children and young people then please speak to any of the Shell Seekers leaders!

Find out more

The Shell Seekers & Fairtrade (photo album)
Shell Seekers Bible Royalty (photo album)
Shell Seekers work (photo album)

Looking back

Church life through the years

Contact

Linda Webb on 020 8783 1515 / 07763 581333