St Paul's Anglican

Looking for something to do these holidays?

Join us for Summerfest!

Summerfest is a 5-day kids program at St Paul’s filled with games, physical challenges, craft, crazy skits, Bible talks and lots of fun.

Kids from pre-school through to year 6 will have a great time making friends, being active and learning about Jesus.

We’re also running free parenting talks from healthcare and family experts over a free morning tea and barista coffee.

When:  January 10-14 

Time: 9am until 11:30am

Where: St Paul’s Anglican Church, Cnr Mosely and Vickery Ave, Carlingford

Cost: $15 per child per day or $50 for 4 or 5 days

Free creche and preschool program for parents attending talks.

Frequently asked questions

What age groups do you cater for?

Summerfest has groups for kids who are toddlers through to year 6 in Primary school. All of our groups are led by experienced kids team leaders and volunteers with Working with Children Checks.

What will my kids be doing?

Activities that kids will take part in during Summerfest include:

Story Time for younger kids
Engaging Bible talk for older kids
Craft projects
Music and singing
Morning tea (provided)
Fun games and challenges

What do kids need to bring?

Due to Covid, we would love for your kids to bring their own drink bottle! Morning Tea will be provided in a covid safe, individualised package.

Is this a COVID safe event?

St Paul’s is a COVID safe venue. For more information on our COVID policies, please visit our COVID Safe page.

All kids leaders are fully vaccinated and all onsite volunteers have WWCC.


Parenting talks

Join us at the Summerfest café for coffee and free talks on parenting and family life.

10 January – How to help your child thrive at school

Denise Daly – Principal of Wentworthville Public School

11 January – How to talk to your kids about sex

Dr Patricia Weerakoon – Christian sexologist, academic and author

12 January – Nurture your child’s language development

Iris Yamagishi – Speech pathologist

13 January – Healthy eating, healthy bodies

Ian and Naomi Lawson, Pinnacle Spine and Sports

14 January – Raising Resilient Children

Steve Dinning – Family and Life Skills Educator with Anglicare

Our café is open at St Paul’s Anglican during the kids program at Summerfest. Free creche and preschool program for parents attending talks.