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Children & youth

At RPC, children and teenagers are just as much a part of our church family as adults are. However, we realise that children learn in different ways to adults. So, we run a number of groups specificially designed for the needs of children and teenagers.

Kids' Club (Thursdays @ 3:30-5pm)

Kids' Club is a fun and exciting after-school program for kids in Kindergarten to Year 6. Kids' Club provides a safe and fun place where children can feel like they belong and discover more about the God who made them and wants a friendship with them.

At Kids' Club we have fun hanging out together; playing games; having afternoon tea; doing craft; and, most importantly, exploring God's word during an interactive learning time from the Bible.

Kids' Club is held on Thursdays from 3:30-5:30pm during the school term in the church hall.

Kids' Church (during Morning Church; Sundays @ 10am)

Kids' Church is for children in Preschool to Year 6. At Kids' Church we faithfully teach God's word to encourage children to grow in their knowledge and understanding of God and their relationship with him.

Kids' Church is held during Morning Church on Sundays in the upstairs classroom area. After the kids' talk in church, we all get together for some singing. The children are then split into small age-based groups for a fun and interactive learning time from the Bible.

To register your child/ren for Kids' Church, click here.

Creche (during Morning Church; Sundays @ 10am)

Creche is offered during the morning service for babies and toddlers. Each week the children are cared for in a room adjacent to the church auditorium by at least two volunteers from the congregation. Toys and activities are provided.

For more information about our children's and youth ministries, please contact us.

Note: RPC values the safety of all children. All volunteers in our children's and youth programmes have completed the required child protection training. To read more about the Presbyterian Church of Australia's code of conduct for working with children, please click here.

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