Info: Make plans to join Lucy Moore who began the International Messy Church movement in a small church in England. Gather with individuals and teams from the greater northwest area to learn and share stories of Messy Church. In the morning we will explore the what, why and how of Messy Church. In the afternoon we will turn our attention to how Messy Church makes disciples and how this movement has spread throughout the world. Throughout the day there will be many opportunities to share stories, wisdom, questions and challenges.
What is Messy Church?
A short introduction session 10 am 12 noon (9.45 am for coffee) on Saturday, 12 March at St Paul's Church, Fair Oak Road, Bishopstoke for those thinking of starting a Messy Church or for those who have started but never attended any training.
The cost is £5 a head.
Email Lucy (firstname.lastname@example.org) or ring ring 07885 704366 to book a place (pay on the day).
Saturday 16 January
10 am to 3.30 pm
An interactive training day with Lucy Moore
10.00-11.30 Messy Church values and practice
11.45-1.00 How's it going for you? Celebration and troubleshooting!
2.00-3.30 Messy Discipleship
To book a place contact Jacqui on 07926 758536
A training day for Messy Church teams of any denomination.
Growing Messy Leaders
A free training day for Messy Church teams of any denomination, including lunch and refreshments; for which the Diocese would appreciate donations towards the cost.
Growing Messy Leaders
Explore Bible Storytelling with Jeff Lawrence, Master Storyteller and member of The Christian Storytellers Network.
Booking information: email Glen Taylor email@example.com
Places are limited to 30 so book early
Booking fee: $35-00 (Au) which includes lunch and refreshments
This is a great opportunity to hear Martyn Payne's excellent way of putting a story across in a fun and captivating way for audience and storyteller! Ideal for Messy Church story time, Sunday children's groups, grandparents and mums/dads.
Book soon to avoid disappointment- email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Booking deadline: August 2015
Event fee: £2
Coffee will be served from 9.30am with the event starting at 10am