This is a mix of activities and children’s worship aimed at families with young children.
It takes place from 4-6pm on the second Sunday of each month.
It is fun, creative and there’s always food to follow a very short, child-friendly service in Church.
The first hour involves a range of craft activities and games to get involved in, which link in with a different Bible theme or story each month.
Our themes have varied from Messy Gardens, the story of The Good Samaritan, Joseph and his coat of many colours, a Messy Olympics and we’ve even had a Messy Baptism and Thanksgiving!
At 5pm we have a short service in Church, based on the afternoon’s theme, usually with a story and a couple of songs and then everyone has a ‘Bring and Share’ tea together in the Main Hall, finishing around 6pm.
14th October @ 4.00pm
A soldier's story of trust
We'll be exploring the story of the Centurion's servant found in Luke Chapter 7 and thinking about what it means to have faith and put our trust in Jesus.
All our craft activities and games will be based around this theme and will include making a Roman soldier's helmet and shield, constructing our own edible Capernaum scene, designing faith fridge magnets and undertaking an obstacle course with a
little help from a trusted friend.
We would love you to join us if you are free and, if you can stay on, please don’t forget to bring a small amount of food for our ‘bring and share’ tea at 5.20pm.
For further details please email Hannah Howard on email@example.com or phone 07651 604377.
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