Activities for Children
Kids Club meets on Sunday morning from about 10.50 until the end of the Morning Service, we learn about God’s world using words, music, pictures and actions. The highlight of our year is we all come together to present the story of Jesus’ birth, in our own way. Come along and join us.
Rainbows : What do Rainbow Guides Do? Rainbows have fun!
They meet in groups called units where they take part in all sorts of activities such as playing games, making things, listening to stories and singing songs. Rainbows have adventures, share and learn with each other. Who can be a Rainbow? Rainbows are the youngest group of the Girl Guiding family, for girls aged 5-7. When girls turn 7 they usually go on to Brownies.
When do Rainbows meet? Rainbows meet for an hour once a week during the school term. We meet on Thursdays 5.45-6.45pm at Marchmont St Giles’. There are also some occasional special Girl Guiding events or activities at weekends or during holidays.
To find out more about Rainbows generally, please visit the Rainbows website: www.girlguiding.org.uk/rainbows and to read more about us, written by us, go to the Brownies and Rainbows page on this site.
187 City of Edinburgh Brownies Pack is for girls aged 7-10 and meets on a Thursday night from 6:15pm – 7:30pm, during the school term. The Pack is currently full with a closed waiting list.
Manor Ballet Dance classes for all ages from 3 years old are held here on Mondays and Fridays during term time. Click on this link to their website for more details www.manorschoolofballet.co.uk
Marchmont Playgroup meets on Tuesday to Thursday mornings in the Inchcolm Hall at Marchmont St Giles’ Church Centre. Please contact the playgroup direct for more information about registering etc .www.marchmontplaygroup.org.uk
Toddlers meets in the Inchkeith/Inchgarvie Rooms on a Thursday morning for a couple of hours to enable younger children to come and play together as well as giving parents and carers a chance to get together to share experiences, offer support or advice to one another over a cuppa.