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Diary dates for the rest of this year's Messy Church sessions, all 4.00 — 6.00pm, are:

Sat March 30th — Celebrating Mothers
Sat April 27th — Celebrating Easter
Sat May 25th — David and Goliath (date may be revised)
Sat June 22nd — Celebrating Fathers — The Prodigal Son
Sat July 20th — Noah and the Ark — Bring Pets to Messy Church!
Sat September 28th — Count our Blessings (Harvest Season)
Sat October 19th — The Story of Esther
Sat November 23rd — No Story: Singing and Psalms — Making Instruments
Sat December 14th — Christmas: 😉😉

Would YOU like to be a part of the amazing Messy Church team? If you would like to get involved and give some time to Messy Church, please contact Mel: 07717 121887 or familyworker.amc@mail.com

Messy Church is WONDERFUL! Please get in touch if you would like to get involved. Thank you!

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