SUPA Saturday is currently on a break for the school holidays.
If you’re keen for information for 2021 please email email@example.com.
What is SUPA Saturday?
Every Saturday a group of keen teenagers build a Bible story in Minecraft. In the afternoon primary school students are invited to participate in a re-enactment of the Bible story.
It is a fun, safe and welcoming environment for children to investigate the Bible.
All children are welcome, the program is designed to be accessible and fun for children of all backgrounds and beliefs.
Saturday 4 pm AEST during Australian ACT school terms only. (Log on at 3:50 pm AEST to make sure everyone can get onto the server. If it is your first time please log on at 3:30 pm AEST as it can take a little longer to get on the first time.)
Can I play using a different version of Minecraft if I don’t have the Java version?
Unfortunately no. The SU server is on the Java version of Minecraft only.
SUPA Saturday is primarily run by young people who have built the Minecraft World and take the kids through the Bible story. They are supervised by adult leaders who have gone through our rigorous vetting and training process.
We ask you to give permission for your child to attend SUPA Saturday by registering them.
Tick on the attendee box and then it will allow you to choose the number of children you wish to register. Once you’ve registered, we will send you the link so your child can join the program.
Please ensure an adult is home during the program to supervise.
SU ACT is a ChildSafe organisation, committed to the safety and well-being of all people.