Messy Church at home ideas

Ideas for leaders to send to Messy Church families so that they can do their own activities at home.

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Messy Church at home - Messy Christmas

Christmas is such a special time and although things are different this year, we can still gather and celebrate the birth of a very special baby… a baby who changed the world! This Messy Church at home session focuses on the true meaning of Christmas and explores the theme of God’s gift to us in Jesus. Download the session

Messy Church at home - Messy Remembrance

This Messy Remembrance session focuses on thankfulness. Download the session

Messy Church at home - Holy Hallowe'en

If you can’t get out to trick or treat this year, how about having fun as a family or bubble exploring the scariness and safe-home-ness of Psalm 23 – the Lord is my shepherd. Download the session

Messy Church at home - Bible beaches

A fun session of Messy Church at home about beaches, focusing on Jesus (and Peter) walking on the water. Download the session

Messy Church at home - Bible trees

A fun session of Messy Church at home about trees, specifically thinking about having faith as small as a mustard seed. Download the session

Messy Church at home - Bible cities

A fun session of Messy Church at home about cities and towns in the New Testament. Download the session

Messy Church at home - Messy messages and messengers

A fun session of Messy Church at home about Paul's letters to the early church. Download the session

Messy Church at home - Paul

A fun session of Messy Church at home about Paul. Download the session

Messy Church at home - Fathers' Day (Our Father in heaven)

A fun session of Messy Church at home about God being our Father. Download the session

Messy Church at home - Messy Money

A fun session of Messy Church at home about money, based on a Messy Church session made in partnership with ECCR (The Ecumenical Council for Corporate Responsibility). Download the session