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Sunday Club

Sunday Club

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Let the children come to me, and do not stop them; for it is to such as these that the kingdom of heaven belongs. Matthew 19.13

At Family Church @ 10 we love children and families coming to join us and being regular at church. If you’re looking for a church who believes that children and families are special and important then this is the church for you. We believe in the importance of families and children learning about our great God. That’s why we run our fun-filled, age-appropriate weekly kids program – Sunday Club! With great facilities, (did we mentioned that we have a completely air conditioned hall?) and specially trained* and well equipped teachers, eager to spend time with your children, we want you to enjoy church for yourselves, with the easy of know that  Sunday Club provides a safe, fun and accepting atmosphere for all children and families.

Five Sunday Club Programs
and their teachers

Teacher

Phillip Greenwood

Teacher

Ling Tan

Teacher

Kevin Yeung

Teacher

Pauline Burdon

Who: 0 - 2 years old
Where: Cry Room
The Cry Room is held in a fully equipped, specialised area for parents and their little ones, at the back of the church. We love the sound of little babies in our congregation but we know, as parents it can feel like you are disturbing the peace. With this in mind we have designed our creche room with the sound from the front of church to be piped in so you won’t miss a thing, plus you will be able to see all that is going on through the glass to allow yourself to still ‘be’ at church, and the sound proofing ensures you won’t feel like your impinging on anyone else’s experience of church. We also have a super comfy couch in there for any tired parent’s back. So don’t let a grizzly baby stop you from coming to church - come along and be part of our church family - bring your family to ours at St Mark’s.

Club Crèche

Who: 1 – 2 year olds who are happy enough to be left in the care of our helpers.
Where: St Mark's Hall
The toddlers have special toys made for little hands to play with to enjoy a morning in Club Crèche while the parents are in church.

Sunday Club

Munchkins

Who: 2 – 5 year olds who start in the church and head out after the family feature
Where: St Mark's Hall
Teacher: Pauline Burdon
Munchkins have their own specialised program full of play, toys, games, books, Bible stories, songs, craft and lots of fun, Munchkins is the place to be!! This year our teachers have written an excellent set of lessons for children specifically for this age group, which helps instil the wonderful truth that God's love is FANTASTIC! With our fully qualified and trained teachers, in accordance with Anglican policy your children will be safe and have a great time. Morning tea and all materials provided.

Sunday Club

Rampage

Who: School years Kindy - Year 6 who also start in the church and head out for family feature, after which they head to the lower hall with their leaders.
Where: Lower Hall
Teachers: Kevin Yeung and Ling Tan
At Rampage, children enjoy an exciting time of great games, super songs, age appropriate Bible stories, prayer and creative craft activities. We play games, use the outside grass area to muck around before starting our own lessons learning about God and growing our relationship with Him through learning about the Bible. Morning tea provided, along with all the fun your school kids can handle.

Thunder

Who: School Years 7 - 12 have Bible study at 2pm
Where: Rectory
Teacher: Peter Greenwood
At Thunder, youth meet together to study the Bible, play awesome games and hang out as they learn about who God is and what He is asking from them. Read more about Thunder on the Youth @ St Mark's page. Many or our Thunder youth also help out as junior leaders in our Sunday Club morning programs.

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* In keeping with our 'safe ministry' protocols, parents are requested to sign-in their children before taking part in Sunday Club activities.

For further information about Sunday Club contact Children’s Ministry Coordinator Rachel Greenwood.

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