We're for kids

Eternity Kids

Here at Eternity Church we believe that kids aren’t just the church of tomorrow – they’re the church of today. And so we do everything we can to help families raise little disciples of Jesus.

There’s a whole bunch of programs designed especially for kids – both on Sundays during our weekly service, and throughout the week. All the information you need is right here, but if you’d like to chat to us about our Kids Ministry, get in touch with our Kids Worker, Suzi Davey.

Creche & Kids Church

Here at Eternity Church we want everyone to know their King and Saviour Jesus – and that includes kids too. But we also understand that kids learn and grow and express themselves in unique and special ways, and so a big part of what we do on Sundays is dedicated to kids.

Every Sunday we have a Kids Talk as part of our main gathering, where one of our wonderful Kids Leaders teaches the kids (and sometimes the adults too!) from the Bible.

After the Kids Talk, the kids head out to Creche (for preschoolers) and Kids Church (for primary schoolers) – separate programs where the kids learn from the Bible through play, stories, games, music and craft. 

All of our leaders hold current Blue Cards (QLD Government Working with Children Checks) and regularly complete Child Safety Training.

To find out more about what to expect at our Sunday gatherings, click the button below, or you can always Contact Us if you have any specific questions.


Looking for a safe indoor/outdoor space to let your little one explore and play while you enjoy relaxing and meeting other parents? Join us on Wednesdays from 9:30am for Playgroup!

Our community Playgroup is registered with Playgroup Queensland and is open to everyone.

For more information, visit our Playgroup page, or Contact Us.

Kids Club

Kids Club is where primary-schoolers come on Friday nights for fun, games, music, craft, food, friends and Jesus!

Everyone is welcome to join us from 4pm – 6pm on Fridays during school term. 

For more information, contact our Kids Worker, Suzi Davey.