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New life and Healing

3:30pm-5:30pm Sunday 17th, June 2018
Matthew 9:18-26 In this story, two people reach out to Jesus-the woman and the local official. They're both in pain, and they both receive Jesus' powerful healing. We might not be in the same pain as these people, but they nevertheless show us how to reach out to Jesus. And Jesus' response is swift, compassionate and powerful. This session helps us seek Jesus more, secure in his love for us.


What happens @ messy church --> typical sunday

The fun kicks off at 3.30pm and finishes with a shared family meal, home time approximately 5.30pm.
From 3.30 we all start to arrive and find our name badge, mums and dads let the welcome table know who are attending. We then move outside (weather permitting), for games, fun or free time.
Moving inside we will hear a brief outline of our theme , and introduction to our craft leaders and activities.
We have a selection of themed activities for all ages, allowing time to move freely from table to table during this time.
5.00pm We have a time of worship were we can sing songs, hear a story and pray. We pray for each other and finish with the messy grace and march out to enjoy a family meal together. Every messy we remember birthday’s of the month and enjoy the birthday cake.

Is there a cost?

It is a free event for all ages, however donations are much appreciated to help cover the cost of food, craft materials and sport equipment.

Do i need to book or r.s.v.p.?

You are more than welcome to just turn up on the afternoon….however it would be great to know if you are coming to help us with catering (especially with allergies). To do so just fill out the attendance form on the messy front page.

Please note:

All children must be accompanied by a responsible adult who must stay throughout the whole event. You may choose to get involved with the craft activities with your child/ren or chat with other parents.


The team did a wonderful job of presenting last messy church while I was away in Spain on a personal pilgrimage walking the Camino to Santiago, The Way of St. James.

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