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Messy Church

We meet on the 3rd Sunday of each month, between 4 and 6pm

Messy Church at All Saints began in October 2009 to fill a family-sized gap in our praise and worship – something that would grasp the imagination of families with children who wanted to be part of a church but couldn’t, for whatever reason, come on a Sunday morning.

Messy Church is about learning together as a family about God’s story by getting stuck in to crafts, activities, celebration and ending with a cooked meal for everyone. Our Messy Church is part of a world-wide movement of similar Messy Churches.

Messy Church is designed for families:

  • who don’t normally come to church
  • with school aged children (accompanying pre-schoolers are welcome)
  • with busy lives – hence the day and time.

There’s no charge for Messy Church although we always appreciate a small donation towards running costs, if you are able.

Messy Church is run by a team led by Helen Ellis who can be contacted by e-mail.

Helen is also the Messy Church Regional Co-ordinator for Cheshire and Wirral, and if you would like to find out more about this work, please click here.