How precious are our children! We believe that teaching children to know and love God and others takes place in both the home and in church. For this reason we seek to partner with parents, helping to disciple hearts and minds for Jesus.

We want all of our children to feel welcome and loved, that they are a crucial and very important part of the body of believers.

We aim to deliver an effective program to help our children receive Jesus into their lives. The program is centred on the Word of God and we strive to deliver the message of Christ and to provide an environment in which it can be favorably received.

Our greatest emphasis is on leading children to respond to the hope found in the saving Grace of Jesus.


Our Vision in essence is:

  • To transform children’s lives through the gospel.
  • For our children to know the Word of God, to know Jesus Christ as their Saviour, to have firm faith and to know why they believe.
  • For our children to recognise that God has a Kingdom plan and a purpose for their life.
  • For our children to recognise that God has given them gifts and talents that He wants them to use to bring glory to Him.
  • For our children to have hearts to serve in their communities, to be the light!
  • To inspire children to become active in church life and to want to serve others..
  • To impact our community in such a positive way through children and families we have the privilege to serve and impart to..
  • To provide a safe, loving and nurturing environment for the children.

Bible timelines review at Sparks

As we are heading into two weeks of school holidays, we spent some time this week learning a new song and reviewing the Bible timeline we have been covering. The team was super impressed with the kids this week. We had outreach kids retelling the message of the key...

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Jacob & Esau at Kid’s Church

This weeks story begins with a wife who has no children, a barren womb. Isaac prays for his wife, for children, for the promise of God to be fulfilled and his prayers are answered with twin boys, Jacob and Esau. These twins are clearly not identical and were different...

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Isaac & Rebecca at Kids’ Church

 This is a wonderful story of the importance of prayer and trust in God. Abraham was old and wealthy, his wife Sarah had passed away and Isaac, the promised son was single. Abraham was concerned about Isaac finding a wife before he died and sent his key servant on a...

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