At Stockton Anglican Church we encourage children and youth to encounter the person of Jesus through weekly outreach and discipleship programs. From discovering their creativity to questioning what life is all about, we hope children and youth will find the community at Breeze to be a place where they can find truth and purpose.


Sunday Breeze Kidz is our dedicated children’s program during our 10am Family Service on a Sunday morning. Children in Kindergarten through to Year 6 begin with the Adults in Church for our All-Age segment that involves singing, dancing, plays and/or age appropriate talks. Afterwards the children head over to the hall with our awesome children workers where they learn more about the story of Jesus and engage in fun activities such as sports, games and crafts.

Fridays Breeze 3 – 6 is our Friday night, weekly outreach program for children in School Years 3 through to Year 6. The evening is held by our awesome children workers in our Church hall from 5:30pm to 7:00pm involves fun, games, craft, singing and engagement with the story of Jesus.

Fridays Breeze Junior (COMING SOON). Breeze Junior is a discipleship group where youth in Year 7 through Year 10 can learn about the way of Jesus.


WHAT DO I NEED TO DO?

1 – Feel free to simply turn up, but letting us know helps to better prepare and support your children. Please use the form at the bottom of the page or contact us via our facebook page.

2 – When you arrive please complete an initial permission form for each child in our care.

3 – Sign in your children at drop off each week.

4 – Sign out your children at pick up each week.

WHAT ABOUT SAFETY?

All leaders involved in the care of Children and Youth are trained and screened according to our Safe Ministry Policy.

WHERE CAN I FOUND OUT MORE?

To find out more about any of our Children or Youth programs please use the form below or contact us via our Facebook page.




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