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Blog posts for 2017-04

Regional Coordinator for Scottish Highlands

Posted by Jane Leadbetter on 26 Apr 2017 (0 comments)

Nicola Slater, in addition to being your Messy Forces Coordinator, is kindly taking on the role of Scottish Highlands Regional Coordinator! Thank you, Nicola!

Regional Coordinator for Ripon, Bradford and Wakefield

Posted by Jane Leadbetter on 26 Apr 2017 (0 comments)

We are delighted to welcome Sammi Tooze, who is your new Messy Church Regional Coordinator for Ripon, Bradford and Wakefield! Sammi joins Rachel Gotobed (RC Leeds) and Dawn Moore (RC Huddersfield) in the Regional Coordinator team for West Yorkshire. 

Sammi is a member of the Diocese of Leeds Church Growth team. She enjoys playing and singing early music, particularly renaissance. Sammi is very involved in the worship team at York Minster and loves drinking tea. Contact Sammi for prayer and support.

Vintage Adventure

Posted by Florence Jones on 24 Apr 2017 (0 comments)

A blog by Revd Erica Roberts, City Chaplain for Older People at Highfield Church.

Regional Coordinator for South West Hertfordshire

Posted by Jane Leadbetter on 18 Apr 2017 (0 comments)

Welcome to Laura Graham-Brown, who is your new Messy Church Regional Coordinator for South-West Hertfordshire. What an encouragement this is when we have been appealing for so long in this particular region! Laura is brimming with enthusiasm and is keen to support the registered Messy Churches in the south-west of this region, which includes Hemel Hempstead, St Albans and Watford.

Carlisle Cumbrian Coordinator

Posted by Jane Leadbetter on 07 Apr 2017 (0 comments)

Welcome Deacon Melanie Beaven, new Regional Coordinator for Carlisle & North, Cumbria! Melanie is the first of hopefully a team of Regional Coordinators across Messy Cumbria, supporting Syl Hunt (RC Cumbria). Melanie supports two Messy Churches, works ecumenically, is about to start another Messy Church and is passionate about creating Messy gatherings for those families more isolated in rural areas.

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