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Round 2: 'Maximising the Mess' Mondays: Welcoming people with SEND to Messy Church

Messy Churches have all different types of people coming through their doors. How do you make sure that you welcome every member equally and are accommodating to all people, including those with SEND? 

Trish Hahn, our Regional Coordinator for SEND Messy Churches sent us this blog. If you'd llike to get in touch with Trish, you can contact her on

New Beginnings 

A session for Christmas sent in by Trish Hahn, SEND Coordinator for Messy Church
Messy Church SEND Christmas Session
Aim: To enjoy Messy Sensory Fun & Fellowship at Christmas
Food: Christmas Buffet

Messy Church SEND has recently won a community project award.

The project draws people from a wide catchment area around Adeyfield Free Church. The families that attend have children with a varied range of disabilities including Cerebral Palsy, Downs Syndrome, learning disabilities and those on the Autistic spectrum.