Messy Church £100 Appeal

Help more families find their way to church

Join in the Messy Church £100 Appeal to support and grow this life-changing ministry! Watch and share our wonderful Messy Church stories, and download an appeal pack for your church.

 

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Did you know…?

Because of Messy Church, thousands of families go to church, who would otherwise be doing something else.

(61% of all Messy Church families, according to recent research.)

That makes Messy Church an incredibly effective, God-inspired mission!

The Messy Church £100 Appeal

BRF's Messy Church team trains, advises and encourages dedicated Messy Church leaders and Regional Coordinators, supporting over 3,800 Messy Churches around the world.

They also devise a wonderful array of wise and creative resources.

Messy Church leaders tell us they depend on BRF's help to do their work.*

To support and grow the ministry, The Bible Reading Fellowship (BRF) needs to raise £300,000 each year, mostly through voluntary donations.

That's why we're asking churches to donate £100 to our annual appeal.

* In BRF's 2017 Messy Church survey, 70% of Messy Church leaders said they'd struggle without BRF's help, 81% appreciated being part of the Messy Church network and 94% said it enabled them to share the gospel.

Get involved!

Could your church support this life-changing mission?

Download a Messy Church £100 Appeal pack, containing:

  • Uplifting Messy Church story posters and a striking info-poster
  • A letter for your church leader from Richard Fisher, BRF's Chief Executive
  • A letter for your Messy Church leaders
  • A donation form

Download an appeal pack

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Don't forget to share the new Messy Church testimonies on Facebook and Instagram – and scroll down this page to view more.

Any questions? Get in touch.

How Messy Church is making a difference

Watch this space!

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Messy Church is part of The Bible Reading Fellowship

The work of BRF's Messy Church team is almost entirely funded by donations from individuals, churches and charitable trusts.