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Another bumper attendance at Messy Church for our March 2018 session!

We were delighted to welcome nearly fifty young people and their parents/carers to our most recent meeting of 'Messy Church'. Another really fantastic time was had by all who were able to come along. What don't you next time?

Messy Church continues to go from strength to strength!

We enjoyed another fantastic and very full 'Messy Church' again on Saturday 10th March 2018 at the Church Hall, Elton! Our morning was full of activities and crafts and baking, many with an Easter theme as we look forward to remembering the events of the first Easter in a few weeks time. We made Easter gardens, 'Easter rocky road' (managing to get the mix together without eating too much!), Easter wreaths, hot cross cookies (shown awaiting their crosses!) and last minute cards for Mothering Sunday.

Messy Church meets on the second Saturday of each month. We have a brilliant time and learn lots about Jesus too. Why not join us!?

Written on 10th Mar 2018

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