9.30am - 11.00am
St Johns Ambulance Hall, Towcester
Mums & Tots
10.00am - 11.30am every Wednesday
Mums & Tots Bible Study
1.30pm every Thursday
(Location varies, please contact for more information)
The group meets on Friday evenings, in the Wellbeing Cafe in Towcester from 6.30pm – 8.00pm. The group is for school years 3-11.
The main aim is, whilst having fun, to build relationships between young people and also between the young people and the leaders.
Every summer we run a Holiday Club, fun activities with Christian input.
Midweek there are groups that are designed to help the youth get to know more about God, the Bible, the world and each other. The youth cells are led by young people with support from an adult leader and are for those in school years 7 and up.
The locations and times vary. Please contact for more information.
The Thing takes place every 1st and 3rd Sunday of the month at 7.30pm - 9pm. It's a chilled out social group for school years 9 to 13, held at Chris and Laura's house.
Please contact for more information.
TVBF @ soul Survivor
Aims of our youth work
At Tove Valley Baptist Fellowship we aim to:
Provide a safe, caring, loving, yet challenging environment in which children and young people encounter God and respond positively to the Gospel of Jesus. Through sound Bible teaching, positive relationships and personal examples, as well as actively teaching God’s values, we aim to lead children and young people towards personal faith and growth into Christian maturity. We recognise that children and young people have an important role to play in the life of the church and of the community.
We recognise that children and young people are part of our fellowship today. They have much to give as well as receive. We will listen to them as we disciple them in Christian teaching and values, as well as in community life, we will respect their wishes and feelings.
As members of Tove Valley Baptist Fellowship, we commit ourselves to the discipling, protection and safekeeping of all, especially our children and young people.
We recognise that it is the responsibility of each one of us to safeguard children and young people from physical, sexual, spiritual and emotional abuse, as well as neglect, and to report any abuse discovered or suspected.
We recognise that our work with children and young people is the responsibility of the whole church.
We are committed to support, resource and train those who work with children and young people. We are committed to following the Baptist Union of Great Britain’s booklet Safe to Grow. This draws upon the 13 recommendations set out in the Home Office Code of Practice Safe From Harm.