Mainly Music

For children from birth to school age ‘mainly music’ is an opportunity for our parish to connect with young families in Christian love as they participate in a 30 minute session of music, actions and times of bonding. This is followed by ‘fruit time’ then toys for the children, while the parents/caregivers enjoy morning tea chatting with each other and team members.

Our sessions are held in Holy Trinity Hall on Thursday’s at 9.30 am during the school terms and are run by qualified volunteers who are loving and caring and eager to encourage the children, and their parent/caregivers in a safe environment.

Enquiries to :

May Kyne  5145 6219

Rev’d David Perryman  0401 035 379

Quick Overview:

The aim of mainly music is to provide an environment where preschool children develop skills to enhance their pre-school education, through the use of music, rhyme and other music related activities with the participation of a parent or primary caregiver.

Each week parents and caregivers bring their children for a thirty minute secession of music, rhyme, music, listening and more. The adults must participate in the secession, and in fact, it is vital that they do so, because this encourages the children to enter into the actions and singing.

At this secession, adults and children are given morning tea. This allows time for children to enjoy each others company, and to develop social skills. It also allows adults who don’t have a wide circle of friends to be introduced to others who have pre-schoolers and they are therefore able to learn from each other.