This chapter describes how these two different evangelical Anglican churches seek to form children as Christians within the context of everyday church life. It considers how children respond to these processes, and consider the meanings that childhood has for adults within the churches in relation to their different kinds of engagement with children and the understandings of the relationship between personhood, agency and modernity this opens up. The chapter argues that evangelicals' location of their work with children in the context of Anglicanism shapes their temporal framing of the relation between Christianity and Britain and indexes the construction of a nostalgic sense of a Christian past, and show that both congregations articulate hopes and ambitions that their engagements with children provides a means of drawing people 'back' to the church in different ways. St George's has a strong sense of its identity as a charismatic church - this is emphasised more than its being evangelical, for example on its website.