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Messy Church: Fresh Ideas for Building a Christ-centred Community: Fresh Ideas for Building a Christ-centred Community v. 1 By Mrs Lucy Moore

Messy Church: Fresh Ideas for Building a Christ-centred Community: Fresh Ideas for Building a Christ-centred Community v. 1
by Mrs Lucy Moore

Sets out the theory behind the Messy Church concept. This title gives details for running twelve complete sessions. It includes practical details for at least ten craft activities for each session. It also includes family-friendly service outlines.
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Messy Church: Fresh Ideas for Building a Christ-centred Community: Fresh Ideas for Building a Christ-centred Community v. 1 Summary


"Messy Church" aims to create the opportunity for people to have fun together and enjoy the experience of being part of the extended church family through a range of craft activities, storytelling, worship and simple homemade meals. Based on two-hour sessions for people of all ages, for each session the book includes: Bible reference and background, recipes for the meal, ten theme-related craft activities with suggested 'talk about' ideas, and an outline for the concluding act of worship. Session themes include: God's family: our family; Jesus' 'I am' sayings; Messy Christmas; New life; and, Bible landscapes.

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Sku
GOR002311075
Title
Messy Church: Fresh Ideas for Building a Christ-centred Community: Fresh Ideas for Building a Christ-centred Community v. 1
Author
Condition
Very Good
Binding type
Paperback
Publisher
BRF (The Bible Reading Fellowship)
Year published
Number of pages
208
ISBN 10
1841015032
ISBN 13
9781841015033
Prizes
N/A
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