In the Church Hall, Old Road on the first Wednesday of most school term months, from 4 till 5.30pm.
A range of fun activities, including crafts, games, Bible stories and a meal together - it is for families to come along to and children and young people need to be accompanied by an adult, who themselves must be at least 16 years of age.
April Messy Church
We won’t be having an April Messy Church, but we will be having our Easter Holiday Club running on the 3, 4 and 5 of April from 10am to 12pm.
It will be supervised for Primary School age, but you're welcome to come along with younger children, as long as they are accompanied at all times.
For more information, please contact Sam
by email or on 07889 894 948.
We had a great time at our March Messy Church
as we got ready for Mothering Sunday.
We enjoyed making gifts for those who mother us,
spending time to appreciate them and learn about the story of Ruth in the Bible.
We had a great Messy celebration this December.
So lovely to be able to celebrate Jesus’ birth and have fun together!
Our Messy Church Sheep Trail has also started
where you can get trail cards from our office or
in some of the shops in Connaught Avenue.
You can find the missing sheep and
write their names on the trail cards to win a prize!
We will be announcing the name of the last sheep at our Family Service on Sunday, 17 Dec at 11am.
Our November Messy Church was a Light Party.
We saw that we can celebrate light - and not darkness -
at this sometimes gloomy time in the year!
We had great fun looking at the parable of the unforgiving servant
in our March Messy Church session.
In our February session we looked at the parables of the Hidden Treasure,
had a treasure hunt around the Church and searched for a pearl among seaweed!
We had great fun in our January Messy Church session learning to Listen to God.
We looked at the story of Samuel and how he heard God calling him.
Messy Church really is free,
but we always welcome donations towards our expenses.
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