Droitwich Messy Church celebrates 1st birthday!9 Sep 2016 By Sam Setchell
Droitwich Messy Church will celebrate its first birthday from 10am – 12.00 noon on Saturday 17 September at St Andrew's Church Droitwich
Droitwich Messy Church is one year old in September and they will be celebrating in style on Saturday 17 September by making party hats, streamers, drums, bunting and lots more. As well as making the great crafts, children will have a free party goodie bag. There are songs a short talk, and a free lunch of sandwiches & cake. Messy Church is free and open to all children of all ages accompanied by an adult.
The Revd Bev Jameson, Team Vicar Droitwich Spa, Salwarpe and Hindlip with Martin Hussingtree and Dean of Women’s Ministry in the Diocese of Worcester said
“I cannot believe messy church is a year old. We now have an average of 55 children coming every month. Together with mums dads and other adults over 100 people fill St Andrew's Church. The volunteers who help run messy church love it as much as the families do. There is a real buzz. It is a great way to meet one another form friendships, have a great time making crafts and hear about Jesus. Come long and join us for a really brilliant time”
Anne Clark who with her daughters Ellie and Scarlet have been coming to Messy Church from the beginning said:
“The children love making the crafts, the songs and the bible stories... and so do I. It is also great to meet new people and make friends. We look forward to Messy Church every month.”
Please note the Parish Centre Cafe will also be closed to the public that day