For:       Babies to pre-prep children and their parents/family/carers

Time:        Wednesdays 9.30am to 10.30am during State School terms

Venue:     Small Hall (facing Queen St) beside the  Redlands Uniting Church.                   

Cost:        $5.00 per family per session

Contact: Rev Beth 0407 170 573  

Mainly Music
Wednesdays 9.30am-10.30am

Mainly Music is on again for 2023 with a program of songs with actions. There will be some of the favourites plus some new ones. :) 

Mainly Music is a musical playgroup for parents, carers and family members to enjoy some time together with their children. The sessions are designed to help babies to pre-prep children, develop gross and fine motor skills, language, imagination, cognative and pre-reading skills as well as socialising with others.

Each session starts with thirty minutes of interactive music followed by morning tea and time for the children to play and for the adults to chat together.  Adults will be served morning tea but, parents and caregivers are asked to bring morning tea for their child/children. 

What is Mainly Music?

Sunday Morning with Children
During the 9:45am Service.

All children are welcome at church for worship.

At the 10 am service children stay with their parents for the first part and the childrens' time. They are then invited to go to the Children's Table at the side of the church, where someone will supervise activities within view of parents and carers. 

For more information about Mainly Music or the Sunday Morning Crèche, please fill out the below form.

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Child Safety

We work hard to ensure that Cleveland Uniting Church is a place where children can be safe and see this as a responsibility of our entire community. As we work to develop an extended network of guardianship, we aim to keep children in the church safe from harm.

We have systems in place to help us:

  • Provide physical environments that are clean, well-maintained and free from hazards
  • Conduct activities that are appropriate for the age and abilities of the child
  • Screen the people who want to work with children and provide those who are approved with ongoing training, oversight and support
  • Maintain behaviours that are within the range of acceptable actions and interrupt boundary violations (inappropriate behaviours)
  • Encourage people to speak up, raise concerns and provide feedback. This helps us to know when people are feeling safe and when they are not.

If you have any concerns about a program, leaders or want more information about ways that we seek to provide a safe environment for all ages, contact Rev. Peter.

We have a system for handling concerns regarding children. The policy, process and complaint forms are
available at Alternatively, you may report abuse by calling 1800 586 591.

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