Messy Easter at Home
To celebrate Easter this year, why not try out some these activities at home?
Easter Gardens can be a good reminder of different parts of the Easter story. What do you have at home to help you make yours?
You could try this Scavenger Hunt by Pippa Cant.
An ‘Alleluia’ poster has been produced by Illustrated Ministry. You could click here to download it, then print it, colour it in and display it in your window to share the joy of Easter with others.
Messy Church is a form of church for all the family that involves creativity, celebration and hospitality.
There is plenty of time for creativity and play with a short celebration time involving a Bible story, prayer and songs. Then children and adults all sit down for a meal together.
The aim of Messy Church is to introduce Jesus, to give an opportunity to encounter him, and to grow closer to him.
After one of our Messy Church services, Maddie, one of our young people, said:
“It felt nice being with so many children all close to God and I really liked it. I like that we got to move round to different areas so it felt less boring than being in one place. It was good to have a mix of activities. I really liked playing with the Lego as it meant we could use our own imagination to make something that fitted with the story . I can’t wait to go again!”