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Bristol Diocese have created a really thought-provoking document for teams to analyse and evaluate their own Messy Church. Why not give it a try if you’re exploring the aspect of the Discipleship Pilot which is ‘improving your Messy Church’?

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Here’s a helpful tool to get your team discussing what you might do to help your Messy Church grow disciples. You’ll find lots of background details in the May-August 2018 issue of Get Messy! It’s very simple to use:

With the royal wedding approaching fast and stories coming in of upcoming Messy weddings, the Messy Church team has put together a session on weddings, based on the wedding at Cana in John 2.

There is also a wedding at Cana Pinterest board to use for extra resources.

DBS regulations require churches to provide role descriptions for all volunteers. This is a helpful PDF which you can use to adapt your own circumstances and Messy Churches.

An exciting activity from one of our Messy Church which doesn't require glitter, glue or colouring in. Dr Rob Rutherford is from Top of Town Messy Church in Basingstoke, Hampshire and shares this science activity which you should definitely try! Find a saw, wood and bolts and create a thumb piano to create your own Messy tunes on. 

The Messy Church team have put together a 'Maximising the Mess' guide with some helpful advice on 'Encouraging families to live out faith in the home' part 2. The guide is for families and churches to give you some reassurance about how to get started with Christianit

The Messy Church team have put together a 'Maximising the Mess' guide with some helpful advice on 'Messy Social Action'. The guide is for families and churches on the importance of social action as part of your Messy Church.

The Messy Church team have put together a 'Maximising the Mess' guide with some helpful advice on 'Encouraging families to live out faith in the home'. The guide is for families and churches to give you some reasurrance before you start to talk about faith in the home. 

The Messy Church team have put together a 'Maximising the Mess' guide with some helpful advice on 'Messy Cathedrals'. The guide shows you the best way to host a Messy Cathedral, along with lots of other ideas that are worth considering!

Let us know if you've got any thoughts, ideas or questions about hosting a Messy Cathedral. Join the conversation on Facebook and Twitter.

The Messy Church team have put together a 'Maximising the Mess' guide with some really helpful advice on Messy Evangelism. This guide is to highlight the importance of sharing Christian faith in Messy Church.

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