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Blog postHave you come across Phoenix Community Ministry in Montreal? They too are very messy in their approach and have centred church around families...
Blog postA rallying call from Elizabeth Caldwell's book (pp. 6-8): To rebuild the household of faith we need to be hospitable, become better listeners, and...
Blog postAgain, coming from Elizabeth Caldwell's book Come Unto Me (see blog entry of 05 Jan 09): TABLES are really important in homes. On the Ikea website...
Blog postElizabeth Caldwell in the book of the previous blog entry, Come Unto Me, describes a 'faith corner' in a home she visited (p. 115) and it got me...
Blog postReading and reflecting on an American book Come Unto Me - Rethinking the sacraments for children by Elizabeth Frances Caldwell (The Pilgrim Press...
Blog postOur Mission Shaped Ministry course advocated 'learning networks' so emphatically that some of us who are on the course and lead Messy Churches in the...
Blog postHad the privilege of popping in on Rev Colin Blake to hear about Mead Vale's Messy Church at the weekend. What fun! It sounds to be going great guns...
Blog postToday's collect was a prayer for a sort of tidiness: Almighty God, who alone can bring order to the unruly wills and passions of sinful humanity:...
Blog postBeryl Tillin has been thinking about home discipleship. She sent some useful insights in an email. I wonder what you think about the proposition that...
Blog postIf you want to read a bit about where Messy Church fits in with other Fresh Expressions of Church along with a review of a recent Messy Fiesta, have...
Blog postBusy week... busy week... a deanery youth service held at St Wilf's today. I mention this because it fascinated me how doing MC has given us the...
Blog postAnd a quick scoot over the Pennines towards Salford in the afternoon to act as a sounding board for a church in Worsley who are pondering starting a...
Blog postThere are different sorts of mess: some to fight against (Tidy Your Bedroom!), some to glory in. There are different sorts of order: some to fight...
Blog postDo you run a Messy Church in a village? How does being in a village affect the way Messy Church works? Sue Avery's village church is thinking about...
Blog postIt was a very exciting day on Saturday - over a hundred people gathered in Hale to find out more about Messy Church and share ideas. You can imagine...
Blog postJust off the phone from Helen Mason, who is part of the Messy Church leadership team in Petersfield - a churches together venture. I only rang to see...
Blog postEarly Christians in hot climes were thrown to the lions; modern British martyrdom seems to consist of near-death by exposure. In August. In the south...
Blog postIt's always a problem that we lose touch with everyone over the summer so we fixed up a low-organisation event in the garden - campfire and toasting...
Blog postAfter several large Messy Fiestas, it was good to have a cosy intimate gathering at St Andrew's in Paddock Wood near Tonbridge on Saturday. I thought...
Blog postOne of the best things about this job is meeting great people and I was glad to remind the people gathered at a school in Ely for a day on fresh...

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