It will be child versus adult in the ultimate battle of skill and will next Friday when Nelson Bay Baptist Church hosts a Nerf tag night.
As part of its Junior Youth program, the Nelson Bay church's event will see youths aged 9 to 15, their parents and carers go head-to-head with a Nerf blaster.
The April 5 event is aimed at strengthening family relationships by inviting parents and/or carers along and join a fun activity with their children.
It is open to all Port Stephens family with children aged 9 to 15 to take part in.
Nelson Bay Baptist Church holds a regular Friday evening youth group.
The group runs a program for youths and pre-teens called Path Finders.
The purpose of the group is to give Port children aged 9 to 15 a safe place to visit where they can learn about making positive life choices while also enjoying fun games, music, bible truths and sharing a meal together.
The group holds regular events, outings and activities in the church and at Port attractions such as a night at the inflatable water park, bowling and beach fun.
The Nerf tag night will be staged at the church located at 19 Government Road, Nelson Bay on Friday, April 5.
The cost is $3, which includes a meal afterwards.
Path Finders evenings run from 6pm to 8pm at Nelson Bay Baptist Church
All activities are run by volunteers from the church who are approved to work with children and are committed to engaging with youth in the vital years prior to and starting high school.