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Blog postWe were delighted to welcome some 50 delegates to the Bedford Messy Fiesta on Saturday, about 15 of whom had already started some form of Messy...
Blog postCaptain Sean Andrews of the Church Army had organized this Messy Fiesta as training for the children's leaders' team of his church but had invited...
Blog postAnd the rest of the Barnabas Team have been busy with Messy Church as well. Chris Hudson visited one up in the north-east recently and got his drums...
Blog postIt was a long hot haul from Portsmouth to Newcastle for the Newcastle Messy Fiesta, but it was well worth it, with 58 people turning up to enjoy a...
Blog postIt's very exciting to see the different ways churches are adapting the basic Messy idea - my colleague, the estimable Martyn Payne, headed off to...
Blog postHow very interesting. And moving. And thought-provoking. Amidst great fear and trepidation, we held our first Messy Communion last night at our...
Blog postHappy days... just back from a course at Lee Abbey focusing on Messy Church with about 20 wonderful people, ranging from those who were already...
Blog postBack on 28 November 2007 I wrote about applying for money from the Diocese to do some pioneer work on discipleship with Messy Church families. We've...
Blog postWhat fun it was (as well as a privilege) to speak about Messy Church at the Children's Ministry Conference again this year. A lovely crowd of people...
Blog postI'm well chuffed with the steady trickle of Messy Churches coming on to the Directory. This will be really useful, both so that we can pray for each...
Blog postOh dear. My cunning plot to save frantic ringing round the planning team at the last minute each month, saying desperately, 'We have to plan Messy...
Blog postWe really thought there would be no one this month - well, perhaps a faithful few. Messy Church was scheduled to be on the day after the last day of...
Blog postMy two brothers have come up with the idea of producing some merchandise with a Messy Church logo on. Unlike them, I run whimpering for the hills at...
Blog postThings move on so fast! Suddenly we have new possibilities opening up for building our Messy Community. The deanery has funds, made available by the...
Blog postIt is so hard to do this Messy Church thing properly! Had we but space enough and time, and no life except church, it would be far easier. But we don...
Blog postWhat is the way forward? As the marbling inks clog up the hall ready for Messy Church this afternoon, a particularly sticky cake's icing dries in the...
Blog postThe publicity has gone out for the first Messy Fiesta next month - thanks to the wonderful sales and marketing department at BRF - and people have...
Blog postVery interesting discussion yesterday with Annie from Norwich Diocese (a very happening place, Norwich Diocese, and I'm not being ironic, there are...
Blog postWe got a very warm welcome and felt most honoured to be taken seriously. It's very reassuring that the C of E is employing this team to be thinkers...
Blog postI wasn't expecting to be there, but unfortunately my torn disc in my back means I can't travel, so I wasn't in Bristol as I had planned. This also...

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