Messy Church

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Messy Fiesta

Date:
30 Aug 2017
Venue:
Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, Harwell Campus, Didcot, OX11 0QX

Come and enjoy a Messy Church session with amazing activities from the brand new BRF book Messy Church Does Science at the Visitor Centre at the Rutherford-Appleton Lab.

Completely FREE! Fun for the whole family with the fantastic hands-on exploration of both science and God that you can expect from Messy Church. All are welcome, older and younger, with or without children (children must be accompanied by an adult). 

Both sessions are now FULLY booked

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Date:
09 Sep 2017
Venue:
Clifton Park, Doncaster Road, Rotherham, S65 2BH

A giant marquee full of crafts, worship and prayers for all the visitors to Clifton Park Show, which is an annual event every September provided by RMBC.

For two days there will be ten churches putting on one craft table each.

This event will take place on Saturday 9 and Sunday 10 September 2017 from 9.00 am–5.00 pm both days.

This is a free entry event, please visit Clifton Park Rotherham's website.

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Date:
29 May 2017
Venue:
St Paul's Cathedral, London, EC4M 8AD

Messy Church at St Paul's Cathedral is on Monday 29 May. Starting at 10.30, there will be activities and then a celebration communion on the theme of 'sharing the Good News'. This is part of the Archbishop of Canterbury's 'Thy Kingdom Come' initiative and it will also be a great opportunity to meet local London Messy Church leaders and teams who will be running the activity tables. Following the celebration communion, which begins at 12.30, participating groups are welcome to take their own picnics and enjoy these in the Cathedral Gardens.

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Date:
10 Jun 2017
Venue:
Exeter Cathedral EX1 1HS

Some Messy Churches in Devon have been running for seven years, some for seven weeks. We want to bring them all together to experience a little of ‘worldwide church’ and celebrate all that God is doing. It’s also a great way to ‘bond’ with your Messy Families by going somewhere together as Messy Church. It will follow a familiar format of welcome activity, themed activities, celebration and packed lunches. It will be full of fun in the awe inspiring setting of Exeter Cathedral. 

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Date:
25 Feb 2017
Venue:
Southwark Cathedral, London Bridge, London, SE1 9DA

Come and join us in Southwark Cathedral for this large, colourful celebration of rich and varied expressions of worship.

Plenty of activities for all ages, culminating in a Eucharist where we share bread and wine together.

Children – bring your adults along!

Free, but please click here to register your attendance.

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Date:
25 Jun 2016
Venue:
Wydale Hall

Messy Fiesta at Wydale Hall, Scarborough

Saturday 25 June 2016, 10 am to 4 pm

Contact Helen Lawrence, 017230 859279, helen.lawrence@wydale.org for further info.

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Date:
05 Apr 2016
Venue:
Durham Cathedral

Join us for Messy Cathedral on 5 and 6 April 2016. 

10.30 am to 12 pm for stories, crafts, activities and celebrations! 

It is free of charge and there is no need to book. All children must be accompanied by an adult.

For more information, please contact Kate Martin: 01913 746017 or kate.martin@durham.anglican.org.

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Date:
13 Feb 2016
Venue:
Capel Noddfa, Bow Street, Ceredigion

For current practitioners: A Messy Training with Lucy Moore 

For more information and to register, contact Aled Davies: aled@ysgolsul.com 01766 819120

There is no charge for the training day but you need to register beforehand. Lunch will be provided at £5 per head. 

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Date:
20 Feb 2016
Venue:
Church of the Resurrection, Portsmouth PO6 2AP

Join Lucy Moore at a Messy Fiesta training day in February. The day will begin at 10am and end around 3.00pm with lunch in the middle (please bring a packed lunch)

There is parking outside on the street and tea and coffee will be available throughout the day. 

For more information, please contact Elaine Beeby: hjem.beeby@gmail.com

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Date:
16 Apr 2016
Venue:
St John's Church Meopham, Gravesend DA13 0AA

gravesend posterA training and celebration day with Messy Founder and Leader Lucy Moore and Martyn Payne

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