On site there are trained Anglicare counselors who are available to assist those families in need. The Family Mental Health Support Service is an early intervention support service for vulnerable families with children and young people affected by, or at risk of developing, a mental illness. This service is free* for eligible families in the area. Call the office on (02) 4261 1001 for more details or to organise an appointment.
*Funded by the DSS
Sunday morning program for walking toddlers to preschool age children. The program is run in the spectacular St Lukes Preschool rooms and playground.
Sunday school program for children from Kindy to Year 5 offering heaps of play, craft, Bible-based stories and discussion.
Sunday program for youth in Years 6-8 with plenty of discussion and opportunities to serve.
A group designed for both boys and girls from Kindy to Year 5. Fill your children’s Friday afternoons with games and Bible fun, movies, food and friends.
Boys and girls from Kindy to Year 5.
4:00 – 5:30pm Fridays (during school terms)
Cost: $5. ($10 family cap)
This group is great fun for girls who want to make great friends with God and with each other. We look at what the Bible says especially for girls while playing girly games, doing craft and eating yummy food.
Girls 4.30pm – 6.00 pm Thursdays
Girls Kindy to Year 6.
Cost $5. ($10 family cap)
Here boys learn what it means to be God’s man: brave, courageous, strong in character, responsible to God and to others.
4.30pm – 6.00 pm Thursdays
Boys club for Kindy to Year 6.
Cost $4. ($10 family cap)
Connect Kids (on Sunday)
Dapto and Kanahooka High School'
For more information call the church office or contact Amanada Murphy at firstname.lastname@example.org
A Christian group that meets during the school term on Wednesdays
Dapto – 10:40am
Kanahooka High – 1:00pm
5:30 - 7:30pm Friday Nights
Food, games, discussion groups
$5 (First week is always free, and don't let the cost stop you from coming, have a chat to us, we'll work it out!)
7:00 - 10:00pm Friday Nights
Food, Games, Discussion Groups
Café Church meets together, Wednesday mornings on a fortnightly basis throughout the school term with womens Bible studies on the off weeks. Creative Connection (patchwork and craft groups) also meet on a Friday 10am to 2pm (fortnightly).
The men of Dapto Anglican Church seek to express their commitment to follow Christ and care for each other in a number of formal and informal ways including:
Contact us for more information
The Best is Yet to Come is an open group for over 65s. Retired men and women gather together for a range of events and outings during the year to celebrate the joy we have in Christ and that the best is yet to come. For more information on upcoming activities or booking a ticket please contact the church office.
Each year we prayerfully and financially support those heading off to study Gods Word at Youth Works, Moore College and other Bible College.
Please pray for John and Eliza Batten, Stuart Jansen, Paul Seville and Amy Brown as they continue their studies at Moore College.
Bush Church Aid (BCA) supports ministry in remote areas of Australia, financially and prayerfully.
With children Samuel, Caleb, Emma & Lola
Location: Santiago, Chile
Michael is acting Principal of the Centre for Pastoral Studies CEP while Jo teaches Biblical Counselling and is involved with the women of the college.
With children Katrina, Mikaylah, Annika & Elissa
Location: Santiago, Chile
The Haddons joined the CEP team (joining Michael & Jo Charles) in 2014 to help continue the work of training local pastors.
Amy Mackenzie is working hard with ECU at the University of Wollongong. She is involved in helping out students at the university find out who Jesus is and helping Christians to live out their faith while at uni.