Messy Church

Fresh ideas for building a Christ-centred community


A new Messy Church registration from Switzerland made us smile as we read about their Messy journey and unusual choice of logo.

There are new logos for Messy Lent and Messy Advent! You can download them from our website and enjoy advertising your Lent and Advent Messy Church sessions.

Lots of people have been in touch asking if they can use the Messy Church logo to advertise their Messy Church to everyone. The answer is yes, provided that you abide by the requirements below.

Please note that The Messy Church® name and logo are registered trade marks of The Bible Reading Fellowship. All goodwill and all unregistered rights arising from their use remain with The Bible Reading Fellowship. We are committed to protecting our trade marks and will take action against any infringers should it be necessary.

We've put the Messy Christmas logo up on the website for you to download if it's helpful for your Christmas publicity.

It's very jolly.

As is the Messy Christmas book.

Many of us are on the hunt for quality Messy Church merchandise. Several suppliers work in cooperation with Messy Church and give a commission to BRF's Messy Church for every item sold, so buying from them is a great way of supporting the central costs of Messy Church.

Several people have contacted me recently asking for branded stuff with the Messy logo on.

We don't stock many non-book items at BRF itself for lots of reasons that I won't bore you with, but if you would like to order things from the companies below that we know and love and trust and who have an agreement with us to give BRF's Messy Church a percentage of their sales of Messy things, everybody will be a winner.

My 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 the thought of commerce, but something in me does warm to the idea of providing the possibility of good quality stuff that would

a) be actually useful at Messy Church sessions
b) would go back into homes and help families feel that they belong to the Messy Community by reminding them of its existence.