The holiday club initiative

In 2013 we began running a week long holiday club during the term breaks in April, July and October. Children in KidsPlus+ groups were younger and a “day camp” model worked better for those families than going away from home overnight. Holiday clubs are often run at the Kingsley-Woodvale Parish and have been a great success.
The children attend from 9-4pm each day and are not just craft and activities. KidsPlus+ takes children on a journey through the challenges of life that connects them with Christian values. Opening up to God, reading the Bible and listening to each other helps kids to know that they’re not alone on the journey. Creativity, imagination and activities are all part of the fun. High energy, great food and time to reflect means a whole package with something for everyone.

It’s not just for primary school aged children either. KidsPlus+ has activities for all ages. We are currently recruiting for junior leaders of high-school age and looking for suitable adults with a heart for ministry. KidsPlus+ fieldworkers and leaders provide training and resources. Each KidsPlus+ Holiday Club has a different theme, but they’re all filled chocker-block with fun, faith and action. If you haven’t experienced a KidsPlus+ holiday club – or if you’ve been away for a while; then don’t miss the next holiday club and find adventure with others. Join us for the next adventure theme when holiday club comes around again!

More Holiday Clubs are coming

Venues and registrations will be put up at the beginning of the preceding term and children who have previously attended the holiday clubs will also be notified by email.


Below is a run down and photos of the last holiday club/camp. Past holiday clubs in the metro area photos etc can be found here.

The next Metro holiday club is…

In the October school holidays is ROAR! and will be held at the Mt Pleasant Uniting Church. Registrations are limited so to avoid disappointment register early.
To register for the Mt Pleasant Holiday club please click here.
Want to volunteer to be a Crew of Station Leader then please click here for more information and to register your interest.


“From 1926-1943 a “little house on wheels’, as the children called it, travelled through the outback of Western Australia, bringing friendship, comfort and the message of the Gospel to the settlers, and a special ministry to their children.” Quote from A Century of Challenge by Jean Seymour.
Using the same program as we do in Perth we have in the past taken our Holiday Clubs “on the road!”. We have visited Katanning, Bunbury, Bruce Rock, Wongan Hills and Esperance. It is always a pleasure to visit our country parishes and if you would like GFS to come to your town, you just need to get in touch with us and we would be happy to visit with our Holiday Clubs.
Below is a run down and photos of the last holiday club/camp. Past holiday clubs in the metro area photos etc can be found here.

The next country holiday club is…

Register online here 
or pick up a hard copy of the registration form at