Webteam: January 2019
Messy Church has sprung up across the country — and what's more it is rumoured to be fun!.
First of all it is a form of church that involves creativity, celebration and hospitality. It mainly happens once a month and will include a welcome, a long creative time to explore the Biblical theme (the messy bit), a short celebration time that can involve story, prayer, song and games and a sit down meal together at tables. All of these elements are for people of all ages.
Messy Church happens in the Chester and Delamere Forest Circuit.
At Caldy Valley Mondays 4-6pm
17th June, 15th July
At Kelsall Mondays 4pm
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