Love was our February theme for Messy Church, held at St. Michael’s. We made jigsaws, thinking about all the pieces that make our heart whole. We made heart-shaped biscuits and added hearts to our prayer tree of people who are in our own hearts.
We welcomed our new vicar – Rev. Suzan Williams, who shared Guess How Much I Love You with us…and her famous chocolate brownies (which were delicious!)
Another lovely Messy Church, sharing our faith with the community.
Giving Gifts was the theme of our latest Messy Church session, held at St. Michael’s. We were joined by a keen bunch of Y6 pupils who really brought the session alive with their readings, singing, dancing, prayers and enthusiasm – thank you very much!
We thought about the act of giving more than receiving and the joy that that can bring us. Matt, our Youth Minister led some fantastic games which we can take back to school to enjoy with our friends.
Once again, the church community provided us with delicious refreshments for all to enjoy. We’ll look forward to seeing you next time.
September’s Messy Church was held at School for the first time and was a huge success! Youth Minister, Matt, led a Nerf Challenge which encouraged the children to work in families to protect a team member.
Hearing Dog, Ike, joined us and his owner demonstrated how important he is to her.
Roy told the story of King Midas and we discussed the importance of family time. Jassica led the swelling congregation in song and prayer before we all enjoyed delicious refreshments provided the team at St. Michael’s.
Another lovely Sunday afternoon in West Felton…
Our Summer Messy Church session welcomed over 30 children and their families joining us at St. Michael’s Church.
Messy Church is a new kind of church which is for children and parents and aimed at all ages and all families. … It aims to reach families via a connection to chapel or church; to show who Jesus is to families through craft, fellowship and informal learning.
This month we celebrated the greatest Super Hero of all – Jesus. We cut and coloured our own superheroes – thinking about super powers we have and those we see in others such as hope, faith, friendship and trust. We made knotted crosses with Matt – our Youth Minister and designed superhero masks with Mrs. Thomas.
We finished our session with a treasure hunt around the church before sharing refreshments together.