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Regional Coordinator

Welcome Fiona Weckert! Fiona joins the new Regional Coordinator team in South Australia. She will be supporting Messy Churches in Adelaide - West.

Welcome Gail Edwards, new Messy Church Regional Coordinator for South Australia - north region. Gail is a member of the Burra District Uniting Church, involved in the ministry team, local outreach and admin. Gail became interested in Messy Church early on and spoke to the church council and ministry team, agreeing to coordinate hospitality and support admin and resource. Gail also runs Messy Street Fair each year.

Welcome Naomi Savage as the new Messy Church Regional Coordinator for Stoke-on-Trent! Naomi is switching her Regional Coordinator role from the Lichfield and Tamworth region over to Stoke, as she starts a new job at The Church in the Westlands in Newcastle-under-Lyme. Naomi will be the Children's and Families Worker. Please pray for Naomi during all of her transitions.

Welcome Michelle Farrelly, new Messy Church Regional Coordinator for North and South Devon. Michelle joins Regional Coordinator Mel Cleveland, Regional Coordinator for Exeter and East Devon, supporting Messy Churches in this glorious county.

Welcome Carrole Lewis, new Messy Church Regional Coordinator for Kapiti, Manawatu, Whanganui and Manaia in New Zealand. We are delighted that the New Zealand team of Regional Coordinators has doubled in size!

Welcome Tarnya Burge as new Messy Church Regional Coordinator for South Auckland, New Zealand. The New Zealand team of Regional Coordinators keeps on growing!

Welcome Diane Stevens, new Regional Coordinator for Wellington in New Zealand! Diane joins a growing team of Regional Coordinators supporting New Zealand.

Welcome to Suzanne Morton, Messy Church Regional Coordinator for Sheffield! We have been waiting to fill this gap for a very long time so we are delighted that Suzanne has decided to join the network.

Welcome Linda Cooper, new Messy Church Regional Coordinator for North East & East Derbyshire. Linda is keen to support and pray for the registered Messy Churches in this region. Please contact Linda to encourage her and register your Messy Church with us if you have not already done so.

Llannerch-y-medd is a rural village of about 1,400 people and the old market town of Anglesey; it is in the heart of Anglesey. There are three places of worship, a church and two chapels, with a combined attendance of under 20 between them. Messy Church (Llan Llanast) meets once a month in the Steision y Cafe (Station Cafe) on a Wednesday afternoon after school.

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