Kids love coming to Epping Presbyterian. We have a specialised children's program at both our 9:00am and 4:30pm Sunday services. During the week we have other activities for children from pre-school age upward.
During the school term our 9:00am and 4:30pm services run a specialised children's program. After starting in church with the adults, children go to Kids Church (9:00am) or Kids Zone (4:30pm) to learn about the same part of the Bible as their parents, but in an age appropriate way. For toddlers through to the end of primary school.
A Friday morning play group for preschoolers and their carers. We combine free play with music and story times. A great way to meet people in the community. The group is currently full, but if you would like to be part of Friday Club in the future please provide your details in the waiting list.
In order to ensure the waiting times do not get too long, we may need to close the waiting list from time to time, but will keep updating this page so you can see when names will next be taken.
Epping Presbyterian is home to both Boys' and Girls' Brigades, for children 5 years and upwards. Girls' Brigade meets on Thursday nights, and Boys' Brigade on Friday nights. Brigades seeks to develop the whole person - physical, spiritual, intellectual, and social.
Boys' and Girls' Brigades are registered providers under the NSW Government Active Kids Program.
Our Holiday Kids Club runs during the second week of the July school holidays. With drama, games, craft activities and more. Kids love learning about Jesus with their friends at our Holiday Kids Club. For children in K-6.
In 2018 our theme will be medieval.
Registrations is now open and the cost is $30 per child for four days (9am- 12pm) and a Friday night family session.
For more information please see the Holiday Club 2018 page.
Kelly Aston leads our kids ministry teams. She'd love to meet you and help you and your children find a place in our church family.
We’re committed to making sure that all our ministry leaders and volunteers are appropriately screened and trained. Not only is this the right thing to do. It's important because we serve the God who cares for and protects the vulnerable - and he calls on us to do the same. As well as the Working With Children Check our leaders also do the Presbyterian Church’s Breaking The Silence training every three years with regular refreshers in between.
you ever want to talk to someone about abuse in the Presbyterian Church you can
speak to Bern, or you can contact Jon Flood at the Conduct Protocol Unit on