“KidsGames has been a very real blessing to our church … leaders have been trained, the local churches have worked together and relationships have expanded with local council and community,” she said.
Brisbane’s Ruth Peckman reflected a similar sentiment.
“The family-night barbecue and presentation was great fun. The parents were impressed and very appreciative of the week’s program.
“Kids introduced their parents to their new friends and leaders,” she said.
Ministry education officer with Brisbane archdiocese’s Youth and Children’s Ministry Team, Carole Danby, said training, resources and promotion were freely available to those interested in the outreach.
“No one owns KidsGames … it’s owned by everyone,” she said.
Registrations are being taken for next year’s intake scheduled for the first week of the June and July holidays.
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