Grace City is committed to providing an exciting, engaging and Biblically rich children’s ministry. At City Kids, we aim to encourage the youngest members of our congregation to grow in their understanding of the Bible and their love of Jesus. City Kids is fun and bright. It is a place where children really enjoy coming along to enjoy a wide variety of activities centred upon the Bible.

We pray that City Kids would be growing in their love for him and seeking to make him big in everything that they do, connected to and caring for the community of City Kids and the Grace City family, growing in their Christ-likeness as they learn from God’s word with others, using their gifts to serve others and seeking to tell those they know about Jesus.




When you visit Grace City on a Sunday, you will be able to sign your children into one of our City Kids programs. Specifically at 9am, we run City Creche, City Tots and City Cubs. Specifically at 11am, City Creche and City Tots run, but City Cubs does not. Therefore if you have school aged children, we encourage you to come along to the 9am service.

Babies aged 0-2 are welcome to join us at City Creche. City Creche is a safe, warm and caring environment where children are cared for and taught simple Bible truths. Play, scribbling, nursery rhymes and board books are regular features of City Creche!

Preschoolers aged 3-5 can join City Tots. City Tots is an exciting and engaging program that allows preschoolers to learn through play, craft and stories. They explore foundational truths about who God is, sing and pray.

City Cubs is for children in school years K-6 and is the most fun kids could have on a Sunday morning! Kids participate in group games, craft, discussion groups, Bible teaching and more. If your child is in K-6, come along to our 9am service as City Cubs doesn’t run at our 11am service.


To build and maintain a safe community for our children, we commit to ensuring that:

  • All leaders are appropriately screened, trained and appointed
  • All programs are led and run in a safe and appropriate manner
  • There are clear reporting procedures in place
  • Additionally, the leadership at Grace City regularly reviews these policies and processes