At Sutton Christian Centre we believe that God has as much of a heart for the children of our community as the grown ups. We want to partner with families to encourage and release the potential in all the children in our care, to become active followers of Jesus.

Our vision is to enable the children to grow in the knowledge of the love of God. We have a number of age appropriate groups.

A crèche for babies and toddlers aged 0-3 years is provided during our morning services. Please contact the church office for further details.
Leader: Kay Reid
Where: Upstairs front room, above church hall
When: Sunday mornings from 10.00am – 11.45am

Beginners is the Sunday School for 3-5 year olds, and includes praying, singing, a Bible-based story and activity. It is designed to help each child to gain an understanding of the things of God.

There is no Beginners on our Family Service Sundays.

Leader : Kay Reid
Where: Upstairs front room, above church hall
When: Sunday mornings from 10.20am – 11.45am

King’s Club
King’s Club is for children in School years 1 to 6 and is a lively mixture of games and quizzes, crafts and memory verses, worship and teaching. Our aim is to help children become active in all aspects of their faith.

King’s Club takes place in the sports hall of Homefield School, just across the road from the church and children are very carefully led there and back.
There is no King’s Club on our Family Service Sundays.
Leader : Ric Adams
Where: Sports Hall of Homefield Hall (opposite Church)
When: Sunday mornings from 10.20am – 11.45am

Tate Road Tots
10.00 to 11.30am Tuesdays in term time 
Tate Road Tots is a Parent and Toddler group, with a reputation for being friendly and welcoming. We welcome all parents and toddlers from the local community. Cost is just £2 per family, refreshments included.

Leader: Clare Simons
Where: Church Hall
When: Tuesday mornings from 10.00am – 11.30am


Sutton Christian Centre takes seriously its responsibility to protect and safeguard the welfare of children and young people entrusted to its care. A copy of our ‘Safeguarding Policy’ is available on request.

Safeguarding coordinators
The church safeguarding coordinators are responsible for ensuring Sutton Christian Centre is meeting its commitments to safeguard and promote the welfare of all our children and young people. They are responsible for ensuring that SCC has a current safeguarding policy which is reviewed annually and that all our staff (paid and unpaid) are safely recruited and trained to fulfil their roles in accordance with the Children Act 1989, Children Act 2004, Working Together 2013 and London Child Protection Procedures (2010).

Co-ordinator: Mrs Bola Adeyemi

Co-ordinator: Mrs Anne Page