Pulsar Weekend Residential

To say that our Pulsar Weekend, for pupils in years five and six, was a success may be understating the fact. We had a huge response to the weekend, and had to increase the capacity from 30 to 40 spaces, with young people attending from across the PSALMS areas. Even then we had more who wanted to attend, but sadly, we couldn’t fit them in. The weekend was full of fun and excitement with a trip to Viney Hill Christian adventure centre, that included Rock Climbing, Low Ropes, Tunnelling, Bridge Building, Bush Craft and wide games. With an overnight stay at Chalford Hill Methodist Church, a service in the morning and more games in the afternoon, it’s fair to say that those attending had a exciting (and exhausting) time. Steve Hutchinson, from Scripture Union, kindly joined us again to lead our worship and reflection times, which looked at ‘Big Questions’. These included ‘What does God look like?’, ‘Who is Jesus Dad: God or Joseph?’ and ‘Why did Jesus have to die anyway?’. We received great feedback from children and their parents, many of whom attended our final celebration worship time. Thank you for your prayers for the weekend and to all those involved in making it such as success!