Our God is a great God – he’s been doing extraordinary things in the lives of kids at St Tom’s!
Through games, talks, singing and craft, we present Jesus’ message in engaging ways, creating moments children will never forget.


Bible learning for kids aged 0-12 on a Sunday


Friday after school program for school years 3-6


Playgroup for children aged 0-5


Friday night and Sunday groups for high school students


10AM Church

Children come into the 10am church service with their parents/carers. After a brief kids talk they meet their leaders at the back of the church hall.

  • Creche

    0-18 months

  • Tiny Toms

    12 months to 3 years

  • Tom Thumbs

    Preschoolers (3-5 years old)

  • Stomp

    Kindy, Years 1 & 2

  • Phantom

    Years 3 & 4

  • Atomic

    Years 5 & 6

  • Daylights

    Years 7-9

Evening Church at 5PM

All children join us at Evening Church for the first 10 minutes and then head to their group from the front of the church. Youth in Years 10-12 are regular members of the Evening Church congregation.

For more information please contact our children’s minister Ali Macintosh.


Jaffa is a Friday afternoon group for kids in Years 3-6. We have afternoon snacks, play awesome games, and learn about Jesus from the Bible!


** Tom’s Playtime is on a break this term and will resume soon – sorry for the inconvenience. If you’d like to be notified when we’re back on each fortnight, please contact the church office.**

At Lights, you can expect to hear a Bible talk, join in a discussion group, play games, enjoy a time of singing and prayer, and hang out together over supper.

  • AGES
    Years 7-12
  • TIME
    Fridays, 7pm–9pm (during term time)
    St Thomas’ Memorial Hall

    Years 7-9 Sunday morning (years 10-12 are part of the 5pm church service)

    After joining the church service for the first 10 minutes they head out to Daylights which includes bible studies and games.

    They stay in the church building for the duration of the service.

If you’d like more information please contact our Youth Minister, Gerard O’Brien