Messy Church

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Training

Date:
15 Jul 2017
Venue:
Bradford Cathedral. 1 Stott Hill. Bradford, BD1 4EH

This is the second in a series of three training events for Messy Church in the diocese of Leeds, each designed as follow-ups of each other.

This event will focus on Messy Twinning, Messy Food, networking with others in your local area, and celebration and commissioning. We are delighted to be joined by Martyn Payne from BRF for this afternoon.

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Date:
29 Apr 2017
Venue:
St John's Church, Hartley Wintney,Fleet Road, Hartley Wintney, Hook, RE27 8ED

A training day for Messy Church teams with Lucy Moore of BRF. We will be looking at Messy Discipleship, the importance of teams and how to grow and develop your Messy community.

Hosted as a joint venture between the Diocese of Winchester (Andy Saunders, Children and Families Advisor) and the Diocese of Guildford (Alison Hendy, Children's and Families' Ministry Advisor), in partnership with Messy Church and BRF.

The event will start at 10 am with registrations starting at 9.30 am

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Date:
05 Mar 2017
Venue:
Huddersfield Mission, Lord Street, Huddersfield, HD1 1QA

A celebration event for Messy Church leaders, helpers and enthusiasts in Huddersfield and beyond! Including: motivational talk by Lucy Moore, question and answer session, commissioning service led by Rev David Bidnell, bookstall and displays and, of course, food to share!

For further details and a booking form, please email Suzanne Bridges or call her on 07535 242024.

Booking is essential and the booking deadline is Friday 17 February. This event will cost £5 per person.

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Date:
04 Mar 2017
Venue:
Ripon Catherdral, Liberty Court House, Ripon, HG4 1QT

Find out more about building a Christ-centred community... the Messy way!

We are delighted that Lucy Moore will be coming to Ripon Cathedral to lead a training workshop for Messy Church leaders, or those considering starting a Messy Church.

The content will include the basics of Messy Church with celebrations or local stories, Messy Discipleship and open space for creative discussion.

To book a place, please email Sammi Tooze. Please book by Friday 3 March at 15:30.

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Date:
18 Feb 2017
Venue:
Roker Methodist Church, Roker Park Road, Sunderland, SR6 9PF

Input on all things Messy: starting from scratch, sharing ideas and resources, stories and good practice plus sessions from the Messy Church magazine. 

Refreshments provided but please bring a packed lunch.

To book please click here to email Sharon Pritchard

Please click here to view poster

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Date:
27 Apr 2017
Venue:
St Andrew's Church Centre, School Hill, Histon, Cambridgeshire, CB24 9JE

An opportunity for all the Cambridgeshire Messy Churches to bring their teams and get together to be encouraged and inspired in their work.

If you are thinking of starting a Messy Church and would like to find out a bit more about how it all works, please come and join us.

All places are free but must be booked in advance.

Please click here to email us to book your place.

Booking deadline is Monday 24 April 2017.

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Date:
11 Feb 2017
Venue:
South Wales

A day for Messy teams to come together to learn to be even more effective teams. For all team members aged 9 upwards.

With Lucy Moore (BRF) and Pam MacNaughton (CPAS)

Contact: Lesley Cox

Venue: St Teilos High School, Circle Way East, Llanedyrn, Cardiff, CF23 9PD

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Date:
12 Nov 2016
Venue:
Glasgow


A day for existing Messy Church leaders and teams to spend quality time and have fun together. With Lucy Moore, Paul Wilson and Jen Robertson.

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Date:
22 Sep 2016
Venue:
Bistre Church Hall, Mold Road Buckley

Information evening for those interested in starting Messy Church, looking at the principles and basic practice of what Messy Church is.

To book please contact The Revd Martin Batchelor on 01244 550947 by the 20th Sept 2016

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Date:
05 Nov 2016
Venue:
Southdown Methodist Centre, The Hollow, Bath, BA2 1NJ

flyerA day of learning, worship and networking for all those exploring or developing fresh ways of Church (particularly in the Methodist Church). In the morning we will worship and explore together what is happening with the fresh expression movement. In the afternoon we will explore specific genres of fresh expressions, including Messy Church, and particular issues facing fresh expressions.

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