Messy Church -

Contemporary, all-age worship

Messy Church is the latest craze in alternative forms of worship. It is a way of being church for families involving fun. It is centred around creativity, hospitality and a celebration of Christ, using our inner child to learn about and to connect with God. Messy church is a way to connect to the wider community outside the traditional forms of Sunday services.

Pass the salt, please!

On Sunday the 11th of September, we held another successful Messy Church service at BNNUC. This service was organised by Tom Creedon and Finau Manuofetoa, who selected the theme 'Salt' for the afternoon. There were seven different salty activities to choose from and rotate around, with over 25 people in attendance, ranging between the ages of 14 months old to 70 years old. The afternoon was packed with music and a buzz of excitement. After an hour of activities, we all gathered in the foyer for further fellowship and prayers before ending the night with a three course meal. The great thing about Messy Church is that there are no restrictions, no boundaries and there is fun for the entire family to be involved in. 

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Pass the salt, please!

On Sunday the 11th of September, we held another successful Messy Church service at BNNUC. This service was organised by Tom Creedon and Finau Manuofetoa, who selected the theme 'Salt' for the afternoon. There were seven different salty activities to choose from and rotate around, with over 25 people in attendance, ranging between the ages of 14 months old to 70 years old. The afternoon was packed with music and a buzz of excitement. After an hour of activities, we all gathered in the foyer for further fellowship and prayers before ending the night with a three course meal. The great thing about Messy Church is that there are no restrictions, no boundaries and there is fun for the entire family to be involved in. 

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Blackburn North/Nunawading Uniting Congregation
Belongs to the Synod of Victoria and Tasmania