About Us

What is Kidz Klub?

Kidz Klub Brighton & Hove Ltd is a registered charity committed to helping children and young people across our city. Working in partnership with local churches.

What are its aims?

We aim to help children and young people in the following ways:

  • By showing them genuine care, esteem and acceptance – regardless of their background, belief or behaviour.
  • By giving them a fantastic and fun time through a wide range of great activities, competitions and prizes.
  • By exploring and explaining the Christian Faith to them and encouraging them to live a lifestyle based on Christian values.

For a fuller description of how we help children and young people, please see '10 ways Kidz Klub helps children, their families, their communities, and our city'

What activities does Kidz Klub run?

We currently run 4 weekly Kidz Klubs in different parts of the city as follows:

  • Kidz Klub Carden for children in Patcham and Hollingbury on Monday evenings in partnership with Brighton Elim.
  • Kidz Klub Fishersgate for children in Fishersgate on Monday evenings in partnership with The Lighthouse Community Church.
  • Kidz Klub Whitehawk for children in Whitehawk on Monday evenings in partnership with St Cuthman's Whitehawk .
  • Kidz Klub Moulsecoomb for children in Moulsecoomb, Coldean and Bevendean on Tuesday evenings in partnership with New Life Church.
  • Kidz Klub Hangleton for children in Hangleton, Knoll, Moyne, Mile Oak and part of Portslade on Thursday evenings funded by various local churches and people.

We also run two youth groups for Kidz Klubbers who have become too old for Kidz Klub:

  • CY! (Carden Youth) on Mondays straight after Kidz Klub Carden.
  • HY! (Hangleton Youth) on Thursdays straight after Kidz Klub Hangleton.

Who runs Kidz Klub?

Kidz Klub Brighton & Hove is run by Chris and Debbie Jarvis - Directors. They have been working with children and young people for many years and have 5 children (and 10 grandchildren!) of their own.

The charity is wisely and wonderfully governed by 4 great trustees. We also of course have input from the churches we are working with.

How is it funded?

Kidz Klub is financed by the churches we are working with, a number of charitable trusts, local companies and a committed band of individual supporters.

How did it all start?

Chris and Debbie led the Kidz Klub at Church of Christ the King for 6 years (2002-2008) before it was closed and Chris was made redundant after 21 years on the church staff as a children’s and youth worker. Chris and Debbie had been inspired to begin that club because of the amazing example and work of Bill Wilson in New York City.

After much thought, prayer and consulting others, Chris and Debbie decided to set up a charity so the work could continue. The option of just walking away and waving goodbye to so many very disappointed children was unthinkable. For many of them Kidz Klub had become one of the highlights of their lives, and a strong faith had grown in lots of them.

For the full story of the transition from the old Kidz Klub to the new ones, please see 'The history of Kidz Klub'.

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