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EventOne of the young leaders of Messy Church, who, with his parents, is well known to BRF, has asked if we can facilitate a meeting place online for young...
ResourceA fun session of Messy Church at home about cities and towns in the New Testament. Download the session
ResourceGet Messy! is a four-monthly subscription resource for Messy Church leaders. Each issue contains four session outlines (one per month), including...
Blog postFacebook Live notes for 1 July 2020 Hooray, Jane is back from furlough today!!!! Hooray, Richard has been given an award from the Archbishop of...
Blog postMartyn Payne writes: God’s silence was the focus for our Messy Church distanced quiet morning recently. Each of us involved found ourselves...
ResourceA fun session of Messy Church at home about Paul's letters to the early church. Download the session
Blog postKathy Bland, Regional Coordinator in Herefordshire and Social Action Coordinator, led the Facebook Lives on 17 June 2020 with oranges, David her...
ResourceA fun session of Messy Church at home about Paul. Download the session
ResourceA fun session of Messy Church at home about God being our Father. Download the session
Blog postJohannah Myers, from South Carolina USA, led the Facebook Live on 10 June 2020. She writes: I’m in a part of the world where things are opening back...
Blog postGreg Ross, Regional Coordinator and minister in Western Australia shared his thoughts on Facebook Live on June 10 2020. Here are his notes from the...
ResourceA 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...
Blog postHere are some of the responses from the network to questions raised on Facebook Live and in the previous blog post: Some of the comments from...
Blog postA summary of the Facebook Lives on 3 June 2020: Acts 3:1-10 The man went to temple, but not to worship. He was right at the threshold of worship but...
Blog postCelebration: we all know the wonderful Kool and the Gang song of the same name! Celebration as a value for Messy Church came about because of wanting...
Blog postCharis Lambert writes: Last week a small group of Messy leaders spent a quiet morning (remotely) thinking about God noticing through the stories of...
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Blog postCharis Lambert writes after her Facebook Lives on May 14 2020: When I google Messy Church, it comes up with the tagline: ‘Messy Church - church, but...
Blog postHow do we demonstrate all-togetherness when we are all-apart? Summary of the Facebook Live with Martyn Payne, 6 May 2020 Messy Church is not a church...
ResourceEnjoy a Messy Church at home on the theme of peace. Download the session

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