A series of essays by different contributors exploring what Messy Church brings to the wider church, how these different forms of church community can coexist, and what this might mean for the future of the church.
Extra, more complicated crafts particularly suitable for use with Messy Church
Three complete Messy Church sessions for Advent, Christmas and Epiphany, together with a wealth of creative activities and crafts to extend the range of excitingly messy activities for your Messy Church.
Messy Church grew out of one church's desire to reach out to those on the fringes of the church community and experience the love of Christ through creativity, fellowship and worship together. <
Alongside the usual mix of creativity, fun, Christian hospitality and thanksgiving Messy Church 2 explores the importance of discipleship, faith development and training for leadership.
A new resource for Messy Churches, providing a further 15 sessions focused around key 'Christian basics' themes such as prayer and reading the Bible.
100 sizzling ideas from a range of contributors provide science-focused inspiration for the Bible-based activities element of Messy Church.
Meet God outdoors, love the natural world, experience a sense of awe and wonder there and be more eco-aware in all we do
The first title to encapsulate the theology of Messy Church
Messy Cooks is a handbook for everyone involved in Messy Church catering teams! There are 36 recipes in total - two delicious main courses and a scrummy dessert for every month of the year.
Messy Crafts is a craft book with a difference! As well as bulging with craft ideas to inspire your creativity at Messy Church, it is also a journal to scribble in, doodle on and generally make your own.