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'A baby & toddler group shining out God’s love to families.'

Little Lights is a baby and toddler group run by Union Church Hunstanton for the local community and is held every Thursday during term-time from 9.30am to 11.30am.

 Each session begins with a time of free-play and craft activities whilst the parents enjoy some good hot drinks. There is also a circle time for children and adults based on a Christian theme which includes songs, stories, a brief prayer and some all-important snacks!

Anyone with children below primary school age is welcome to attend and there is a suggested donation of £2 per child (£1 for each sibling), but your first visit is free!

As a Christian based group, our desire is to share God’s love with families by providing an atmosphere where they are welcomed, cherished, loved and supported during the precious early years of family life.

The name Little Lights comes from Jesus who called himself and his followers the ‘light of the world’. The hope of Little Lights is that many would come to know Jesus personally by the love of God that is shown in the group and that everyone who comes, right down to the youngest child, would shine like lights, bringing hope and joy into the rest of the world.

For more information please contact us through our Facebook page:

    Facebook: @LittleLightsHunstanton


    Telephone: Sam & Suzie Abramian 01485 532471


Little Lights Privacy Notice:

If you contact us via '' or the phone number above we will only retain your name and details for as long as is necessary for us to deal with your enquiry. We will NOT pass on your details to anyone other than the person (or people) in our church who are best able to deal with your enquiry.

Under Data Protection legislation the church Charity Trustees are the Data Controller and can be contacted via the Church Secretary - 01485 532309 or emailing 

If you are concerned about the way your information is being handled please speak to our Trustees (Deacons).  If you are still unhappy you have the right to complain to the Information Commissioners Office.