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A day in the life of an Act 4 volunteer...

“What are you actually doing?” – that is a question that we got to hear from all our friends and family members, once we started to work with Act 4. And it is a very good question. Because it is not so easy to explain to foreigners what our work here is actually about. It is complex and...

A new volunteer in Aylesbury!

Who would have thought that I’ll ever be a volunteer in UK? Maybe my friends and family, who know me well and wouldn’t find it an impossibility for me to get such a chance, but to be honest, I myself didn’t really believe such a chance would ever turn out. Yet, here I am for almost a month now...

What makes you really happy?

“What makes you really happy?”

Is it a lot of chocolate, playing on the x-box, or even staying up all night?!

This is the question, we ask the children at the start of every assembly.

But they often answer very different things: “Playing with friends" and "being together...

New Year's Messy Church!

On the 13th January was it once again time for us to say “Welcome to Messy Church!”

Even though we were all a bit pessimistic about the whole event  (we didn’t really think that anybody would come, since the new year had just started and everyone was still trying to get into...

A visit to Parliament

Speaking in the Houses of Parliament - this does not happen everyday!

 

 

On Monday 12th January I was invited to speak to the All Parliamentary Group for Children. This invitiation followed from some work I am doing with the Centre of Excellence for Social Learning, which...

St. Nicolas came to Messy Church!

On the 9th of December was it once again time for our Messy Church, this time with the theme of “St. Nicolaus”.

St. Nicolaus (or St. Nicolas) is a tradition in Germany and the Netherlands. On the evening of the 5th of December, children in both Germany and the...

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Follow the star and cookies galore!!

‘Follow the Star' was this year's Act 4 Christmas event title! And our goal for the day was to create and perform a great nativity to be performed during the Christmas Carol Service of the URC Potters Bar.

We started very early in the morning, practising singing some songs, which the ...

Act 4 Choir Competition 2014!

On Saturday 22nd November 2014 Act 4 held their very first Choir Competition!

Some of the best school choirs in Potters Bar and Brookmans Park came together to perform to win the trophy.

The perfect location for this event was of course the Darkes Fayre at the United...

A new theme...Equality and Christmas!

At the beginning of the second half term we started to perform our second assembly to the schools and this time it is all about equality.

We look at the meaning of the word ‘equality’ – this tricky word that can be a tongue twister for some, especially if you have to say it about 4 or 5...

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Robin Hood came to town!

This year's Darkes Fayre at the United Reformed Church in Potters Bar was themed “Robin Hood”. So the church, hall, café and kitchen were all decorated around the Robin Hood theme, with trees and costumes, and beautiful Christmas stalls all around!

Act 4 took part in the festivities and ...

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