A community of Kids having fun together, deep relationships and learning about Jesus

Spark is an after-school kids club for children in K-6.

Spark meets every Friday during school term at Dundas Public School in the Multi Purpose Room from 3:15pm to 5:00pm.

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Why Spark?

At Dundas Telopea Anglican Church, we believe that the news of Jesus is absolutely wonderful. We want to create spaces where people of all ages can be loved, form friendships and investigate Jesus in a way that is fun, creative and meaningful. We've made Spark for any K-6 child to experience this.

We would love to have you come along for a visit!

You can find out more about our program, leaders and registration process below.

Meet Our Wonderful Leaders!
All our leaders have a current Working With Children's Check, Safe Ministry Training and Safe Ministry Check.

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Children's and Families Minister

Jonny is our Children's and Families Minister. He loves, cheesecake, puns and soccer. Jonny's favourite thing about Spark is seeing children learn about Jesus in fun and creative ways!

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Celia is one of our Spark Leaders. She loves musicals, music and history. Celia's favourite thing about Spark is helping children learn to love Jesus as much as she does!



Lucas is one of our Spark Leaders. He loves maths, video games and musicals. Lucas' favourite thing about Spark is children growing in their faith and hearing about Jesus for the first time!

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Kat is one of our Spark Leaders. She loves craft and spending time with her family. Kat's favourite thing about Spark is helping to know more about Jesus in our Bible stories.

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Ian is one of our Spark Leaders. Ian loves playing guitar any chance he gets. Ian's favourite part about Spark is seeing children from his scripture classes come along!

The Spark Program

Afternoon Tea


Kid Eating Snack

Bible Time

Bible Lessons

Small Groups

Kids at school


Kids Playing Tug of War


Paper Craft

Want to know More?

Let us know!