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Blog postJust a quick note on how the research into Messy Church is panning out. As you know, we very much want to reflect on all that's happening in Messy...
Blog postDiscipleship? Training? I'm not sure what Messy Tea would best fit into - it's such early days that it might be better not to pigeonhole it yet. It's...
Blog postWe changed a few things last night at our October Messy Church: we decided at Messy Tea that the opening half hour was becoming a little stale and...
Blog postOne discussion the regional coordinators had at the Round Table in September was about the value of small talk at Messy Church. One person even went...
Blog postAnother idea that popped up at the Round Table is to ask a family to run a craft together. This means that the separate family members get to cover...
Blog postSpent last week at Lee Abbey in beautiful North Devon, leading a stream on Messy Church for about 20 people who varied between those already running...
Blog postJust back from a joyful weekend with Danes from all over Denmark - from up in the north where two seas meet, to Copenhagen in the east, over to the...
Blog postIt was really good to spend a couple of hours today with Bishop Graham Cray, the CofE Bishop of Fresh Expressions. He is passionate about all God's...
Blog postA surreal but fun couple of hours in the bowels of a hotel with 30 German visitors on a Fresh Expressions trip from near Hanover. I was greeted with...
Blog postWhat a fantastic time we had - 18-20 of us, regional coordinators and sympathetic friends - gathered together to talk 'mess' for 24 hours. It was...
Blog postOur maple syrup bottle overfloweth - a fun visit yesterday from Andy and Sue Kalbfleisch who are based in the Diocese of Niagara and over here on a...
Blog postWhere do I start? The fun of coming together as an all-age team from across the UK armed with bags and crates of sparkles and cardboard, flowers and...
Blog postA thatched pub in the New Forest in the sunshine: there are worse places to meet, and it was excellent to find out about the Sophia Network from one...
Blog postA complete joy to be back in my old stamping ground of West Yorkshire at the weekend for a Fiesta in the beautiful Cottingley Centre. It was all so...
Blog postA very provocative and yet affirming read for Messy Church leaders is Christine Pohl's Making Room - Recovering Hospitality as a Christian Tradition...
Blog postThe Salvation Army in North London has had several crises to deal with recently - not least the care of many of the families made homeless by the...
Blog postWhile Messy Church is popular among all sorts of people, I was still rather nervous about placing it for discussion before the students on the summer...
Blog postI'll probably be contacted shortly by Childline in response to the cruelty inflicted on the three teenagers who blithely volunteered to help me on...
Blog post /*-->*/ It was very exciting to be invited by Graham Miles to join in the Messy Church that was running in the Church Tent at the Royal...
Blog postSharing the same air space, albeit merely appearing in the same city on the same day, as the Archbishop of Canterbury, will probably never happen to...

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