Helen Kirk: October 2016
Messy Church lives up to its name — it is not neat: it involves glue & paint; food & drink; laughter & noise. There is no order of service or set liturgy but there is a sense of community, of sharing, of belonging and of the presence of Christ. That's why it is called 'church' rather than a club. And our next meeting is tomorrow, October 22nd from 4pm to 6pm. If you would like to come along tomorrow, you will be very welcome.
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