Messy Church

 

What is Messy Church?

Messy Church began at All Saints Fourways in December 2009, and was the first Messy Church in South Africa. Messy Church is a way of BEING church for families and others. It is aimed at helping people encounter Jesus and build relationships within their families and communities. Once a month, in a relaxed environment, thematic activities and a brief celebration make church accessible to families and encourage people of all ages to come closer to God by journeying with each other and eating together.

The core values of Messy Church are about being Christ-centred, for all ages, based on creativity, hospitality and celebration.

  • The hands-on fun activities to explore Bible stories reflect a God of creativity and give people a chance to play together.
  • Messy Church reflects a God of unconditional love and is a church for people outside church, providing an oasis of welcome and a safe space in which to thrive.
  • Messy Church also reflects a God of joy who wants people to have life in all its fullness.

Messy Church can be found in over 30 countries across the world, touching approximately 500000 lives every month.

We would love to have you join us!

Ministry Leadership

Jean Pienaar

Next Messy Church:

10 October 2021. Should you have any queries, or wish more information, you can contact jean@hit.co.za

For general queries please contact the church office on +27 11 467 0316 or via email at info@allsaints.co.za.

See our Messy Church Schedule below and previous Messy Church resources.

10 October 2021
3pm - 5pm 
Scheduled

Messy Church – Resources.

Please find below your current and historic resources for Messy Church.

12 Sep 2021
Jean Pienaar
Link to YouTube (Pending)
Activity Sheet
15 Aug 2021
Jean Pienaar
No YouTube This Month
Activity Sheet
11 Jul 2021
Jean Pienaar
Link to YouTube
Activity Sheet
13 June 2021
Jean Pienaar
Link to YouTube
Activity Sheet
09 May 2021
Jean Pienaar
Link to YouTube
Activity Sheet
11 April 2021
Jean Pienaar
No video created
Activity Sheet
14 March 2021
Jean Pienaar
Link to YouTube
Activity Sheet
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