Kids are a big deal to us

We think kids need Jesus the same way adults do. That’s why we take seriously our responsibility to partner with parents in discipling them.

We love a noisy church as it means we’re bursting with people! There’s no need to worry if your kids aren’t used to sitting in church, often you’ll hear and see our kids during the service.

Kids + Youth on Sundays

Our kids and youth programs run concurrently to our 10am and 5pm services.

Come as a family to find a seat in church. We'll all start in together, then after a fews songs and a short kids segment our various kids programs begin. You can sign your child in up the back before the service begins.

0-2yrs / Creche

We ask parents to bring their children to the Creche, and ensure they’re safe and settled.

Available at 10am


Parents are invited to bring their kids out to the Preschool program and ensure they’re safe and settled.

Available at 10am

Primary School

Kid’s Church teachers will lead the Primary age out to their program.

Available at 10am + 5pm

Junior Youth

Youth leaders will lead the junior youth (yr 6-9) out to their program.

Available at 5pm

What's on for kids and youth mid-week?

mainly music

Wednesday 9:30am—12pm

mainly music

mainly music is a fun music session for families with young children to enjoy together. It’s run during school terms, in the church hall.


Thursdays 9:30am—12pm

Mums + Bubs Growth Groups

Come and connect at our Bible study group for mums, with a crèche provided. We meet on Thursday mornings during school term.


Fridays 7pm-9pm

Youth Group

Youth group happens each Friday night at 7pm during school term. It’s for anyone at high-school, and year 6ers are welcome to join in term 4.

Safe Ministry

God loves all people, which means He wants what’s best for them. And we do too! So as a community we strive to make church a safe place, especially for kids.

All staff and volunteers who work in Children’s Ministry at All Saints Anew are required to comply with the Newcastle Diocesan Safety Policy.

For more information, concerns or complaints please see Amy Soutter, Arthur Copeman or Professional Standards.