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Resource Say you’re going to be a little part of (name your church) church at home today. Before you begin, can everyone go and find something they can share...
Resource Say you’re going to be a little part of (name your church) church at home today. Light a candle and pray: With the light of this candle, we remember...
ResourceYou might want to collect a few bits and bobs before you start: a candle and matches as usual, a towel, some containers like old ice-cream tubs, paper...
Blog postWhat a creative Messy Church family we have! We held our first Messy Church Facebook Live this week, and over 2,000 people were reached in one hour!...
Resource Say you’re going to be a little part of (name your church) church at home today. Before you begin, can everyone go and find something they can share...
ResourceHere's a simple way of worshipping at home on your own or with your family. This one explores the holy habit of prayer. Say you’re going to be a...
ResourceWhen we can't get to church, here's a suggestion for a short, fun time with God around your table at home. You can adapt it to use on your own by...
ResourceWhen you can’t GO to Messy Church, don’t forget that together we ARE Messy Church. That’s right, the people, us. Messy Church is not a gathering once...
Blog postMany leaders are asking for our advice about whether or not to postpone Messy Church during the present coronavirus outbreak. Our advice is to follow...
Blog postThe kingdom of heaven is like COVID-19… I expect Jesus’ kingdom parables had something of the shock factor of that suggestion. Yeast and mustard...
Resourceby Lucy Moore Opening up Bible reading for Messy Church families Buy now Sample pages Where do you start with reading the Bible? Here's the perfect...
ResourceThis session, created in partnership with the Ecumenical Council for Corporate Responsibility (ECCR), uses the story of tax collector Zacchaeus to...
Blog postQuiet days at a distance – the parable of the prodigal son ‘God who celebrates’ and Messy Church Six of us recently spent a morning looking at the...
ResourceMessy Church at home While your Messy Church may be unable to meet in person during the COVID-19 pandemic, we have made available some of the session...
Blog postI have been listening to and watching groups of teenagers and pre-teens who weren’t born when Messy Church started in 2004. Many of them joined in...
Blog postWelcome Deacon Jane Paine as Messy Church Regional Coordinator for Lincolnshire!  Jane says, 'Hi I'm Jane. I'm a deacon in the Mid-Lincolnshire...
Blog postWe welcome Jayne Bartin as new Messy Church Regional Coordinator for Somerset.  Jayne says, 'I am married to Peter and we have two sons. I work as a...
Resourceby Lucy Moore and Andrew Roberts Messy Church sessions exploring the holy habits from Acts 2:42–47 Buy now Sample pages Holy Habits meets Messy Church...
Blog postWe welcome Revd Karen Mitchell-Lambert as the new Messy Church Regional Coordinator for Australian Capital Territory (ACT) and New South Wales (NSW)...
Blog postA delightful account from Sharon Sampson and the Chearsley Messy Church team of how to make the most of a not-at-all Messy medieval church building!...

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