THURSDAYS 10.30 AM (during school terms)
We are a friendly group of mums, dads, grandparents and carers of children aged 0 to 5 years old.
On a typical morning, the children enjoy free play, followed by a time of singing, dancing, stories and a craft, all centered around the theme of the day. Parents/carers are encouraged to join in. The children then enjoy riding bikes outside in our fully fenced courtyard garden, where they also can do chalk drawing, play with bubbles or water painting.
Please bring morning tea and a drink for your children. Morning tea for adults is provided.
Pearce Playgroup is a ministry of St George’s Anglican Church. Our program sometimes includes simple songs and stories that teach children about God.
- All helpers have a WWVP Card and have completed an approved Safe Ministry Course.
- a nappy change table is located in the disabled toilet
- the outdoor play area is fully fenced
- nut free zone
Cost: $2 per session or $18 per term
We love having children involved in the life of our church!
On Sundays, children stay with their parents in church to enjoy a song or two together and sometimes to listen to a Kid’s Spot. They then go out to their groups in the hall for more singing, a memory verse, craft, games and an interactive Bible Story time.
A parents room is available for the care of babies and toddlers (<3 years). This gives parents an opportunity to both stay with their children and still hear what’s happening in the main gathering, which can also be seen through a window into the auditorium. A selection of toddler books and toys are available.
A fun filled program for children aged from 3 years to Year 6 at primary school. Each week there is singing, games, a Bible story and a craft to take home. After a short time with all the children together, children divide into 3 groups for preschool, Junior Primary and Senior Primary.
Once or twice a year, we run ‘Super Saturday’, a Kids Holiday Program for primary aged children. We always have fun with games, craft, skill challenges, biscuit decorating, Bible storytelling, food, music and even Rhubarb the puppet.