Messy Church

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Come and see what we do, you will be amazed  
 

All Saints’ Messy Church has grown in numbers again, and is well supported.
 

A great time was had by all at our recent gathering, God being always around us and fitting things in our lives together. Rev. Julie did a great job of the Worship time and our meal together.....a very important part.....was well received by all.
 

Messy Church from 2 - 4pm

EVERY 3rd SATURDAY

OF 
THE MONTH

Everyone is welcome whatever your age, come and see what we do, you will be amazed !

 

We always finish our afternoon sharing a meal together. Everyone whatever your age is welcome.

For further details and to offer help, please contact Elaine Brown.

Messy Church Is a form of church for adults and children that involves creativity, celebration and hospitality. Our aim is to make coming into church more accessible, more relaxed and to introduce Jesus in a way that is fun, through craft, fellowship and informal learning.

Held once a month on a Saturday, each session starts at 2.00pm and includes a welcome, a long creativity time to explore the biblical theme through “getting messy” (hands on activities for children and adults) and a short celebration time involving story, prayer and song; followed by a sit down meal together. 

All elements are for people of all ages, adults and children (children must be accompanied by a parent, grandparent or carer

 

For more details please speak to Elaine Brown on 01621 853238.

 

 


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