A Week of Fun, Friendship and Learning

Every summer for the last nine years Tullamore Presbyterian Church has run a Scripture Union Holiday Club.  They have become a much loved part of the life of our church community and our town.  Around 50 children from Junior infants to sixth class take part in a week long session of fun, games, Bible stories, crafts, songs, snacks, puzzles, challenges and so much more.  For the vast majority of children who come along it is their favourite holiday club of the summer.

This year we will be using Scripture Union's "Guardians of Ancora - Treasure Seekers!" material which is the sequel to last year's "Guardians of Ancora."   We will be exploring more of the imaginary city of Ancora and learning the stories of Jesus as we go.  As with last year, the club comes with an accompanying app which parents can download from the Apple App Store, Google Play or the Amazon App Store.  More details of this can be found at

10th to 14th July 2017

Tullamore Presbyterian Church

A week filled from start to finish with fun and excitement

Tullamore Presbyterian Church is at the roundabout at the top of High Street in Tullamore.  It is between the Town Council building and the Tullamore Electro Diesel shop and facing Angelo's Chipper.


Each day the club starts at 2pm and ends at 5pm.  During the club each child will receive a light snack and juice.  We hope (weather permitting) to go out to the park each day so please make sure that children have appropriate outdoor clothes for the weather and (if the sun puts in an appearance!) that they wear suncream and a sun hat.

Please come early on the Monday to help ensure that we can get everyone through registration on time for the club starting.


On the Sundays before (9th July) and after (16th July) the Holiday Club at 12 noon there will be special church services led by the members of the Holiday Club team which will include many aspects of the club such as a special Sunday only part of the story and in which the children can perform many of the songs that they have learned during the week.




The club is open to all children who are in National School.  We also take children who will be starting school in September but who are confident in a large group.


To ensure that as many children as possible can attend there is no set fee and the club is run on a donations only basis.  Details of how to donate towards the running of the club are found in your welcome pack.


Other ways to contribute include taking part in decorating the church halls to create that special holiday club atmosphere or by providing accommodation or meals for the team of helpers who come from different parts of the world to help run the club.

If you would like to help in any of these ways then please contact us at the form at the bottom of this page.


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