Covid-19 update

Covid-19 update

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, we are sorry to announce that all JAM activities have been suspended until the situation is over.

This includes the weekly JAM Club and the Summer JAM activities.

The safety of our volunteers and the children are of great importance to us, so we will not recommence the activities until it is safe to do so. We will also take into account the advice from the government.

If you have any questions for us meanwhile please use our Contact form.

The Easter Story

The Easter Story

The story of Easter, beautifully illustrated as below, following the Bible account from eye witnesses. In each event there is a link to Bible verses.

For all ages – ideal for children, parents or teachers.

JAM Easter event 2020

JAM Easter event 2020

The JAM Easter Exhibition* at East Kilbride town centre is at the food court from 28th of March till 12th of April , explaining the meaning of Easter via exhibits, games, face painting. Bouncy castles and crafts.

All activities are free and open to everyone. On the weekends (Saturday and Sunday) there will an organised program from 11.00am till 5.00p.

Update 23rd March 2020

*Unfortunately, due to the current Covid-19 pandemic, this event has had to be cancelled.

JAM Easter event 2020

JAM Easter event 2019

The JAM event at East Kilbride town centre “Cracking Open Easter” JAM club was held on the first floor of Centre West next to the food court from Friday 12th to Sunday 14th of April 2019.
It was opened daily from 11.00am to 5.00pm.
Many came to enjoy face painting, crafts, games and exhibits. All activities were free and all were welcome!

Easter JAM Shop 2016

Easter JAM Shop 2016

The official opening of Easter exhibition at the JAM shop took place on Friday 04/03/16 and it was attended by many young people and their families.
The management team at EK town centre were represented by Mr. Graham Teape the security manager.

The picture was taken around the model of the hill of Gogotha where Jesus was crucified
The Exhibition this year combines the Nativity and Golgotha together as it explains the life of Christ starting by his miraculous birth and his perfect life, then his trials and his death on the cross to pay the wages of sin, but the exhibition continues to explain the victorious resurrection of Christ from the dead on the third day this journey at the exhibition explains the Christian faith and helps people to explore the full meaning of christianity.
The exhibition is opens every weekend on Saturday and Sunday from 1.00 till 5.00 pm. Admission is free.
The JAM Club welcomes all people from different backgrounds.