Kids love coming to Epping Presbyterian. We have a specialised children's program at our 10:30am Sunday services. During the week we have other activities for children from pre-school age upward.
Our children's program currently runs during the 10:30am service. During COVID, children stay in the program for the whole service time. Post COVID children will join the service again for the first 10- 15 minutes before moving to the children's program.
The children's program, called 'EPiC Kids' is for children from 2years of age to Yr. 6 at school.
More information can be found on the 'Kids Spot' page of this website.
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 add your name to the waiting list, please click this button and give your details.
Currently, Friday Club is not meeting.
Our Holiday Club is for children in Kindergarten - Year 6. It runs during the second week of the July school holidays each year. The children enjoy 4 mornings of drama, games, cooking, craft activities and more. Kids love learning about Jesus at our Holiday Club.
In view of the pandemic we will let you know about our 2021 program as soon as we can. In the meantime kids are welcome to join us on Sundays either in person or online.
Please contact Kelly for more information- email@example.com
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.
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