Hope KidsHope Kids is a Sunday children’s program of Hope Church 2508

At Hope Kids, we believe that no one is too young to know God. We know that childhood is the time to build strong foundations for a life of faith. We believe God has an amazing life planned for each child and that He wants them to start a powerful and exciting walk with Jesus now.

Packed with fun games, cool craft and great teaching, your children will love attending Hope Kids every Sunday morning!

We have an incredible team of leaders dedicated to safely caring for your children. Every Hope Church children’s worker has obtained their working with children’s check.

For more information please contact PJ Bedwell on 0405 225 110.

Tiny Tots

Ages 1 – 5

Tiny Tots allows toddlers to explore and experience God’s love. Whilst there is no set program for this age group children will be guided in facilitated play, experiential learning, songs and craft.


Kindy to Year 4

Gener8 is the perfect place to make new friends whilst having lots of fun. Each week is packed full of fun games, praise and worship, interactive lessons and activities to teach the word of God and encourage each child’s own personal relationship with Jesus. This program takes a closer look at the Bible and how to live a Godly life at both home and school. The children will be taught how to understand the bible and we encourage that the children bring their bibles and notebooks each week.

Next Gen Sundays

Years 5 – 8

This group takes an in depth look at what it means to be a follower of Christ in this generation. The program will build upon the foundations of faith and take a more in depth look at the Bible and understanding it. The focus of the group is to build a deeper relationship with God and understanding of His Word. As personal devotion is encouraged please bring your bible and journal each week.
The program is designed in a way that easily transitions children from Kids Church to our Sunday services and One Way Youth. Next Generation also runs every Friday night during the school term which will build upon Sunday’s teaching and assist in the transition.