Sunday afternoons just got a whole lot more exciting!
Once a month, we have Messy Church to worship God creatively and have lots of fun!
Lasting for around two hours (including dinner) we have a different theme each time.
We begin with a choice of amazing activities which help us to explore the theme. These include crafts, games and challenges, and we usually have one activity to help us pray. There is always a crèche space with toys for our youngest members to enjoy.
Then we come together for a short talk and a couple of songs, and we round up the afternoon by having a meal.
Everyone is welcome at Messy Church, and adults can enjoy the activities just as much as the children.
Recent highlights have been flying paper aeroplanes from the church balcony, making Easter Gardens and watching a clip from “Frozen” to help us think about Jesus' sacrificial love.
Messy Church is great fun, and an excellent chance to to chat with new friends over a delicious dinner.
Upcoming Messy Church Dates
|4:00pm Sunday 10 June, St Michael's, Highate|
|Our final Messy Church of the year, and the last before Jonathan Brooks leaves St Michael's, is through the wardrobe and into Narnia... Activities at 4pm, sausages and mash at 5.20pm. Hope you can join us!|
Messy Church enables people of all ages to belong to Christ together through their local church. It is a way of being church which is particularly suited to families, but welcoming to all. It meets at a time and on a day that suits local families and is particularly aimed at people who have never belonged to a church before.Messy Church is part of The Bible Reading Fellowship (BRF), a Registered Charity. brf.org.uk
The Bible Reading Fellowship (BRF) is the home of Messy Church; it supports, resources and enables its work. BRF is passionate about making a difference through the Christian faith. For more information on the work of BRF, visit brf.org.uk.
If you would like to help us continue to reach families through Messy Church, please support us through giving and prayer. We have a growing family of people praying for Messy Church; you can join them. It is offered free of charge to churches, and we are dependent on gifts to enable this work of God to keep going.