This week, the Junior School were excited to welcome the new generation of Jelly Wobbles comprising Alec Green, Tilly Madder and Jordy Molyneux. Tilly
and Jordy are Covenant students and all three members attend St Faith’s Narrabeen.
The original members Ben Molyneux, Alan Madder, and Brad Duce, all Covenant dadas, decided it was time for the next generation of Jelly Wobbles to come
forward. At a workshop, interested students from Covenant were given the opportunity to try out, and the new team was selected.
The Jelly Wobbles vision is to have teams of Jelly Wobbles partnering with their own churches and Scripture teachers. The focus is to share the joy of
the gospel with children through music and short skits, so that Jesus’ name is honoured and the gospel presented in a way children can relate to and
enjoy. It also gives those involved the opportunity to serve in this mission and grow as disciples of Jesus.
If you missed out on the performance this week, there are opportunities to see the Jelly Wobbles at:
SRE (Special Religious Education) concerts at North Narrabeen Public School and Narrabeen Lakes Public School (6 December),
Christmas Eve at St Faith’s Narrabeen
Image one below shows the two generations of Jelly Wobbles, image two shows a recent new generation Jelly Wobbles concert.