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Messy Church Goes Wild


We have just had our third Messy Church Goes Wild service held at St Dunstans in the churchyard. These services use the principles of Messy Church (using hands on crafts and activities to explore the Bible and faith) in an outside setting. You can see in the picture above one of the sun catchers made for the last Messy Church Goes Wild as we thought about how we can reflect the light of God in the world.


Our work with Messy Church and Messy Church Goes Wild continues to be encouraging as a number of families come regularly and we continually get new families joining us. It has also been encouraging others and I recently gave an interview to the BRF for their website about our efforts and why Messy Church Goes Wild has been important to us this year. You can read it here: https://www.brf.org.uk/going-wild-in-cheam/


Our next Messy Church is an indoor one at Christ Chruch with St Philip Worcester Park on 6th July at 3pm. If you know anyone who might be inetrested do let them know about it and they can book free tickets here: https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/whats-on/worcester-park/christ-church-with-st-philip-worcester-park/messy-church/2024-07-06/15:00/t-xmxkojv



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