Subi: Sat 5pm, Sun 9am, Sun 10.45am     Freo: Sun 10am
Enjoying Life as God Intends

SubiKids

Every weekend, all children (babies through Year 6) experience safe, age-appropriate environments where the Bible is taught in a creative and relevant way. We are passionate about kids learning about Jesus in a way they can understand!

Babies – 2 year olds : SubiKids 1
3 – 4 year olds : SubiKids 2
5 – Pre-primary : SubiKids 3
Year 1 – Year 3 : Activity Room 2
Year 4 – Year 6 : Activity Room 1

YOUR FIRST VISIT – WHAT TO EXPECT

Babies to pre-primary
When you arrive, you should be able to clearly see the Kids area. Or ask an usher at the door and they’ll be more than happy to point you in the right direction. One of our volunteers will be happy to show you to the age-appropriate room for your child.
Once in the room, you will need to register your child on our database. We will ask for the personal information such as: family members’ names, children’s names and birthdates, address, phone number, and any special instructions (allergies, special needs) for your child. This helps keep your child safe.

You’ll then receive a pager for you to take with you into the service. This pager will light-up and vibrate if your child requires your personal attention.

At the end of the service, you need to return to your child’s room and present the kids ministry leader with your pager and your child will to be released back to you.

If you have questions about our values, policies or procedures, feel free to ask any of our amazing kids ministry members or staff.

Year 1 – Year 6 Kids
Our primary school-aged kids, enjoy the singing part of the worship service with their parents/care-giver, then leaving just before the sermon to join the fun and experience a world where kids meet Jesus on their level!

Safety & Security

All our programs have built-in security measures to ensure a safe environment for our kids. All kid’s ministry leaders have been screened and interviewed, and have a mandatory police clearance and working with children check. Team trainings are held regularly to ensure that our leaders are qualified, well equipped, first-aid trained and kept up to date with developments in their ministry area.