We think you'll love Messy Church, whether you're 9 or 90! It's once a month on the first Sunday at 4pm at Hathersage Methodist Church Hall. It's a hands-on, creative approach to church, with a chance to make things, experiment, play, build, get active and meet new people. There is also a short Bible story and song, and we end up with a shared meal. Just turn up, or for more information contact email@example.com
Messy Church is a joint project by Hathersage Parish Church and Hathersage Methodist Church.
Messy Church Sunday 9th January 3.00 - 4.00pm
The theme will be the Parable of the Lost Coin and will take the form of a treasure hunt in the Millennial Garden. Please check the Hathersage Messy Church facebook page nearer the time or contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org
Messy Church Sunday 6th February 4.00pm
We will continue with the theme of the parable of the Lost Coin. There will be a range of fun activities for all the family and a picnic tea provided.
Messy Church Sunday 6th March 4.00pm
The theme will be the parable of the mustard seed. We will be building a mustard tree, making edible birds' nests and messily making pictures of trees by blowing paint through straws. Picnic teas will be provided
The Messy Church family tree and Peace Wall.
Sunday 8 May 2022, 4-6pm The theme will be how God is with us on the journey of life. We will be playing with sand, building dens, creating clouds in a jar, drawing life maps, making night lights and having fun with an obstacle course. Picnic tea provided.
Sunday 12 June 2022, 4-6pm The theme will be making a difference for God. We will be making edible fishing rods, constructing a macrame prayer net, making badges, deigning some fish and more fun activities. Picnic tea provided.
Sunday 3 July 2022, 4-6pm The theme will be the story of Zaccheus who climbed up a tree to see Jesus and ended up having him round for tea. We will be doing lots of fun family activities and a picnic tea. . After Messy Church we will be joining the Hathersage Well Blessing on the Methodist Church drive at 6.30pm