Messy thinking

A selection of books on Messy Church values and theology.

Seriously Messy: Making space for families to talk together about death and life

by Joanna Collicutt, Lucy Moore, Martyn Payne and Victoria Slater Supports church communities in talking about death and loss Buy now Sample pages

Making Disciples in Messy Church: Growing faith in an all-age community

by Paul Moore Can Messy Church nurture people's faith and make converts into disciples? Buy now Sample pages

Being Messy, Being Church: Exploring the direction of travel for today's church

edited by Ian Paul A series of essays by different contributors exploring what Messy Church brings to the wider church, how these different forms of church community can coexist, and what this might mean for the future of the church. Buy now

Messy Togetherness: Being intergenerational in Messy Church

by Martyn Payne A look at the intergenerational approach in Messy Church.  Buy now Sample pages

Messy Hospitality: Changing communities through fun, food, friendship and faith

by Lucy Moore A practical exploration of the Christian principle of hospitality from the founder of Messy Church. Buy now Sample pages

Messy Church Theology: Exploring the significance of Messy Church for the wider church

by George Lings Exploring the significance of Messy Church for the wider church. Buy now Sample pages