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Training

Date:
07 Jul 2018
Venue:
Gloucester Farmers Club, Tewkesbury Road, Gloucester, GL2 9AS

Hands-on, fast-moving and action-packed!

This day is for Messy Church leaders of all ages to discover more about leadership, team building and reflective practice.

Led by CPAS and the BRF Messy Church team.

Booking 

£10, including lunch and refreshments

To book, email nkent@glosdioc.org.uk

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Date:
02 Feb 2019
Venue:
Greenhill Methodist Church, School Lane, Sheffield, S8 7RL

We will be exploring discipleship within a Messy Church context, through exploring how the Holy Habits materials, written by Andrew Roberts, could be incorporated into a Messy Church context. The training will be delivered jointly by Lucy Moore and Andrew Roberts. 

Booking information

To book, contact Jonathan Buckley, Sheffield Methodist Circuit Youth and Children's Coordinator, on 07450 778678, jonathan.buckley@sheffieldcircuit.org.uk

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Date:
24 Nov 2018
Venue:
St Helen's Church, Frederick Rd, Stapleford NG9 8FN

Come and join us for Messy Church Does Science with Lucy Moore on Saturday 24 November at St Helen’s Church Stapleford NG9 8FN.

We’ll begin with breakfast from 9.00 am and the fun with science will begin at 10.00 am. The event will finish at 1.00 pm.

Booking information

Please book on to the event with kate.hurst@southwell.anglican.org by 17 November

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Date:
23 Jun 2018
Venue:
Cuthbert House, Stonebridge, Durham, DH1 3RY

Science experiments to enrich Messy Church activities. Children with adults welcome!

Booking information

To book contact Kate Martin on: 0191 3746017  or email: kate.martin@durham.anglican.org

No booking dealine. No fee. 

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Date:
20 Oct 2018
Venue:
Littleover Methodist Church, Constable Drive, Derby DE23 6EP

Messy Church Does Science Littleover Methodist

Refreshments available from 10.00 am.

For more information, dowload the flyer

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Date:
23 Jun 2018
Venue:
St John's Church, Fleet Road, Hartley Wintney, RG27 8ED

Registration from 9.30 am

10.00 am-12.30 pm - A chance to get your Messy Church off to a great start or to remind your team and new members what it's all about. We'll also be looking at the five values of Messy Church and seeing how you can make the most of them, to make it as fully 'church' as it can be.

1.15-3.30 pm - Discipleship, Communion, team building, Science, teenagers, Vintage, new resources... Working through some of the exciting opportunities of Messy Church for those who have been running a Messy Church some time, to reflect and revitalise together.

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Date:
30 Jun 2018
Venue:
CAPEL Community Church, Ipswich, IP9 2JW

Start at 10.00 am and finish at 12.30 pm (9.30 breakfast).

£5 suggested donation.

Please see the flyer below for further details.

Book in by Friday 22 June with:

Rachael Wainwright

Mob: 07952574888

rachaeljoyw@gmail.com  

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Date:
14 Apr 2018
Venue:
St Stephen's Annex, 1 Fingall Road, Liverpool, L15 9JE

The event is being run in partnership with the Methodist Church and the United Reformed Church. The morning session will run from 10.15 am to 12.15 pm and will cover starting a Messy Church. The afternoon session will run from 1.00 pm to 3.00 pm and will cover teenagers in Messy Church.

The cost for each session is £5, which includes refreshments.

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Date:
24 Mar 2018
Venue:
St Francis Church, Beatrice Road, Salisbury SP1 3PN

Come and join Dr Dave Gregory, the BRF Messy Church team and Salisbury Diocese for a morning on Messy Church Does Science!

The morning will be a chance to enjoy Dr Dave's experiences, explore the materials available, have fun with lots of hands-on Messy Church science activities, think through ways to talk about faith and science, and gain confidence in risk-taking at Messy Church.

Completely free!

Date:
03 Mar 2018
Venue:
St Mary’s Church, Baldock, SG7 5AD
  • How can we make worship in Messy Church accessible without dumbing it down?
  • How can we engage parents, grandparents, and people of all ages, as well as young children?
  • How can we connect Messy Church worship to art and games in ways that enhance the experience and help us explore the stories and experience of worship together?

This morning will focus specifically on Messy Church, but there will be principles that people doing any kind of all-age worship may find useful.

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