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Blog postA query has come in that highlights the relationship between the establishd body of the church and the emerging Messy Church: We are charged for the...
Blog postWe had a fantastic day at St John's College in Nottingham on Saturday, with 160 people turning up to hear about Messy Church. I mentioned, as I often...
Blog postOne of our (wonderful, innovative, generous, thoughtful, energetic, and so on ) regional coordinators emailed asking for advice today. She'd been...
Blog postAn interesting query on the website and I found myself writing at length, probably incoherently but here we go: 'Hi, and congratulations on an...
Blog postHas your Messy Church been going on for five years or more? Could you help Claire Dalpra, a researcher at the Sheffield Centre and a good friend to...
Blog postIsn't it delightful to feel part of a Church that has worshipped God for centuries and will carry on worshipping him in new and old ways into this...
Blog postGloat gloat, we have about 30 regional coordinators now! Whether you live in Shetland or in Truro, in Kent or in Cambridge, in Sheffield or in...
Blog postI forgot to include this when I was writing my Canada Diary: in Sunday church we sang that old favourite hymn and just when I was drawing breath for...
Blog postLots of queries at the moment: anyone any thoughts on Cara's question below? Do let us know at messychurch@brf.org.uk. I can only say unhelpfully...
Blog postAnd so my final day in Edmonton. A morning at church (where I discover that ladies of a certain age the world over take approximately 45 seconds to...
Blog postHaving reread yesterday's entry I feel I should make it clear that the bishop didn't actually give me an episcopal massage herself. Today was pretty...
Blog postWoke up to a power cut, but can't complain as everyone else was woken even earlier by a fire alarm, which passed me by completely. A large vat of...
Blog postA travelling day - actually a good opportunity to sit in the airport, drink coffee (I am now a Tim Horton addict) and catch up on emails and Skype...
Blog postI am learning so much about hospitality, with the generosity and unfussedness of the people here. I stayed with Bishop Barbara Andrews for my time in...
Blog postBreakfast at the airport (bagel in case you were curious- they do stick to your teeth) and over the snowcapped mountains to Kamloops. It’s a desert...
Blog postA day off! The messiest I got was talking about strategy over coffee with Elizabeth in Vancouver's market on an island... can't remember the name......
Blog postNow racoons, orcas and possums are added to the list of ferocious wild beasts I can expect to encounter round here: I am amazed I sleep at night. And...
Blog postAfter a leisurely start drinking much strong coffee and putting the world to rights with Claudette and Walt, my hospitable hosts, I went to join the...
Blog postAfter a ten-hour flight spent happily catching up on unsuitable films and rejoicing at God's sense of humour at sitting me next to a physiotherapist...
Blog postAn enquiry came through a little while ago that I don't feel competent to answer: anyone got any thoughts for John?  John wrote: We are considering...

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