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Easter Colouring Competition – 

Hi kids, we have a fun Easter activity for you this week.  A chance to win a cool prize and to have a fun time worshipping with your pencils, paint, crayons etc. 

Pick which picture you like, download it, print them off, colour them in and send them to us by Easter Monday (13th April).

Find them HERE 

You can send them by hand to our church building address  1-3 Church St, Emerald, 3782.
Take a photo or scan your finished picture and email them through to Hollie:
Can’t wait to see what you all do! 

St. Mark’s has a number of children’s programs designed to help children develop their interests and social skills.  We also aim to support not just each individual child but their entire family.

Our programs are run by appropriately checked and trained adults who ensure the programs are not only fun, but safe for all. 

As a Christian community, we affirm our commitment to ensuring the safety of each child who interacts with our community.

The Bible tells us that all people are created equal and every person can be a child of God. We look to the Bible to learn how to love and serve everyone no matter what their age, colour, ethnicity, gender or nationality. We specifically seek to promote the cultural safety of vulnerable people including indigenous children, all those children who come from culturally or linguistically diverse backgrounds and any child with a disability.  You can read our Childsafe policy here.

To find out more about any of our Children’s programs or parenting courses, click on the group you are interested in below

At St. Mark’s we love having our kids in services with us, and maintain an intergenerational approach to all combined services.  We encourage parents and caregivers to participate in worship, with their children helping their kids understand what is going on and encouraging them to participate equally with the adults. Services are planned with these inclusive factors in mind, by providing interactive and creative responses in our times of ‘Worship Together’, and roles for our youth and kids to be involved within these services. We also encourage community building with other members of the congregation and wish to foster friendships across the generations.

Child Safe Policies in use at St. Mark's