Sundays for Children

St Mark's at 10:30am

A family-friendly service for all ages when God's word is proclaimed faithfully. Adults and children enjoy the first part of the service together, before children leave for their own programmes.

As a church family we aim to introduce children to God's big plan, for them to meet Jesus in a way that is relevant to their age and stage.

Crèche - pre-school age to age 3                                Sunday Funtime 

Adventurers - age 3 to year 2                                     

Explorers - year 3 to year 6

Pathfinders - year 7 to years 9 and 10

These groups operate throughout the year. All the groups enjoy games, singing and craft to reinforce the message taught from the bible.

Tea Time Church

  • for families of all ages
  • First Sunday each month
  • at St John's Church
  • 4:00pm to 5:30pm
  • Craft & Games - Songs & Bible - Food & Chat

j-10 and Step-up Drama

j10 youth group

Our group for secondary school aged children                                                      

  • meets every other week at St Mark's
  • starts at 7:00pm

Step-up Drama Group

Meets every other week alternating with j10

Midweek Activities for Children and Young People

Little Fishes

  • for pre-school aged children with a parent or carer
  • every Friday during term
  • 10:00am to 11:30am
  • at St John's Church
  • Play Time - Praise Time - Craft Time - Snack Time                                             


 Friday Stars                                                   

  • for children Reception to year 3                                                       
  • every Friday during term
  • 5:00pm to 6:00pm   
  • at St Mark's Church
  • Toys - Games - Stories - Snacks - Craft  

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 Friday Y's

  • for children year 3 to year 6
  • every Friday during term
  • 6:15pm to 7:30pm
  • St Mark's Church
  • Craft - Games - Teaching - Snacks

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  • For secondary school aged children
  • every other Friday
  • 6:15pm to 9:15pm
  • St Mark's Church