In our kids & youth ministries, our mission is to help young people know and love their creator. We believe that young people have the capacity to walk intimately with God, and we love to see them learn about Him, connect with Him and live their lives trusting and following Him.
Our children's program runs during the 9:30am service. Children join the service for the first 10- 15 minutes before moving to the children's program at the hall.
The children's program is for children from 2 years of age to year 6 at school.
CHILDREN ARE A HERITAGE FROM THE LORD, OFFSPRING A REWARD FROM HIM. LIKE ARROWS IN THE HANDS OF A WARRIOR ARE CHILDREN BORN IN ONE’S YOUTH. BLESSED IS THE MAN WHOSE QUIVER IS FULL OF THEM. THEY WILL NOT BE PUT TO SHAME WHEN THEY CONTEND WITH THEIR OPPONENTS IN COURT.
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.
If you would like to join the group, please get in contact with us
Youth group is for anyone in high school. They meet at 6pm every Friday during the school term.
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 Monday 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 Club is for children in Kindergarten - Year 6. It runs during the second week of the July school holidays each year.
In 2024 we'll have a superhero theme. We hope to see you there!
Registrations will be available on the main page of our Church website.
If you have any questions, please contact us
At Epping Presbyterian we want our church to be a safe place for people of every age.
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.
If you ever want to talk to someone about abuse in the Presbyterian Church you can speak to one of our members of staff, or you can contact the Conduct Protocol Unit or find more information at the Breaking the Silence website.