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Our New Messy Church – something to praise God for.

Rev Michael

I am sure that you all have started the year with some apprehension. This winter has seen a resurge of Covid alongside Influenza, extremely cold weather and rising inflation along with industrial unrest. The future seems a little uncertain and so it is good to be able to celebrate some positive news.

After some months of planning, the benefice launched Messy Church in November and we have now held it three times. Nearly 20 families consisting of over 50 people in total have attended one or more of the sessions. In addition, 18 members of the congregation have helped at the sessions. The age range of those involved runs from newborn babies to grandparents with all ages in between and we can genuinely say we have the start of a new church congregation for those who attend.

The themes of the sessions have been ‘All are Welcome’ in November, a Christmas session thinking about those who witnessed the birth of Christ in December and ‘Are you Willing’ in January when we looked at the story of Jesus healing the leper.

We have made some wonderful crafts, met new people, shared some lovely meals together, served one another and worshipped together and all that we have experienced so far is down to the hard work of Kim and John Curle and the helpers who have kindly offered their time.

The next session is on 18th February so if you have not experienced Messy Church yet and would like to find out what it is all about, do come along and join us as we worship God in this new way.

Please do also give thanks in your prayers for this venture and for other Messy Churches up and down the country and further afield for their part in welcoming people of all ages and backgrounds into God’s family.

It is so encouraging to have some positive news to celebrate when so much in the world around us seems negative and challenging. Messy Church is still in its early stages and I will update you all from time to time about where things are and how it is developing.

May God bless you

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