3rd Monday of the month, 4.00pm – 5.30pm
An informal, interactive time of exploring, creating, reflecting and eating together. For children, young people and adults.
- Celebrating with stories, prayer, and songs
- Hands on crafts, fun and games for all ages
- Making friends and building community
- Commencing with an after-school snack
- Sharing the Christian journey
- Getting messy!
After-school snack provided. All welcome.
Dates for Messy Church 2020: February 17th / March 16th / Family Fun Day 3rd April / May 18th / No Messy Church in June / July 13th / August 17th / Family Fun Day October 2nd / November 16th / December 7th 2020 Please note there will be no Messy Church in June. Family Fun Days are planned instead of Messy Church during School Holidays.
KUCA – Sunday Children’s Programme
Kids of the Uniting Church [KUCA] is a Children’s programme held every week in three different age groups. Children are with the whole congregation for the first part of the service then go out for their session. On Communion Sundays children have an activity within the service and take Communion with their families.
We encourage our children to be part of the whole church family by taking part in worship, and contributing through reading the scriptures, acting as stewards and participating in liturgical drama. We also encourage children to participate in the mission of the church. They provide backpacks of educational materials for children in Vanuatu, and practical support for our UnitingCare Ballarat’s Breezeway programme which provides a hot meal for about 60 people every day of the year.
Meets Tuesday mornings 9.30am – 11.00am in the Old Manse. Please bring a piece of fruit and a gold coin.
Family Fun Days
Family Fun Days are held every School Holidays – Bush Walks, Bush Games, Swimming, and other Activities. Please contact Andy Gault if you are interested in participating.
SEOIF Groups – Supporting Each other In Faith
Home or cell groups for families with young children which aim to strengthen relationships between families and to support each other in faith. Gatherings have a casual time of sharing, a meal which is provided by the host and then simple worship and discussion. Each group consists of 4 or 5 families.
Meets @ 103 Lydiard St Sth. Ballarat In the Peart Wing every Friday during school term, 7.00 – 9.00pm
Youth Club is for young people in Grades 5 – 10.
- Movie Nights
- Team activities/Minute to win it
- Pool/table tennis/Basketball
- Local activities/swimming/laser quest/Go-karting/scavenger hunts
- And much more!
Come along, join the fun. Please bring a gold coin donation for the night.
Contact Andy Gault for more info Ph: 0476 880 394 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
5pm fourth Sunday of every month. All welcome!
On the 2nd Sunday of Advent at 8.00 a.m.
What on earth is this?
Well, the purpose of the ‘Star and Angel Breakfast’ is to have a very special Christmas celebration for the younger children – toddlers to Grade 1 (approximately). The children come dressed as stars or angels. Don’t worry if this is a problem as we will have a few spare wings and halos (the necessary bits) on hand.
During the ‘Star and Angel Breakfast’ they will do some craft activities, sing some songs and hear the story of Christmas, especially how the angels came with some very special news for Mary and the shepherds.