Return of Messy Church to the ‘new’ transformed church building
On Sunday 13th June, we welcomed back into the “new” church building five family groups for Messy Church. It was great to once again be able to meet in person, even if socially distanced and of course with the necessary ‘Covid’ precautions. We shared the story of Pentecost, with music and with crafts; and following the service hot food and drinks were prepared and served from the new kitchen. What a lovely morning!
Crib and Christingle service, St Asaph Parish Church: 2020
This popular service was broadcast on www.stasaphcathedral.wales page at 4pm on Christmas Eve. During the 2 weeks prior to this, some 60 “Christingle kits” were made and delivered. Clearly from just some of the photos received, the message of Christmas was received and enjoyed in the safety of our own homes. The service is still available to view if you missed it. Thank you to the staff and children of year 2 at St Asaph VP Infants School, and the other readers for their lovely help with making the service so special.
It is everyones’ hope that we will be able to meet in person again in 2021. Meanwhile, Stay Safe everyone.
Messy Church on Zoom – at 10.00am Sunday 26th July 2020
Messy Church on Zoom – at 10.00am Sunday 31st May 2020
Join us on Sunday 31st May at 10am, whatever your age, for a simple act of worship lasting 30-40 minutes. We hope that you will also join us in making crafts; a great way to having fun and being creative – you will need to have ready:
- A white paper plate and 1 white sheet of A4 paper
- Red, orange and yellow colours (paint or felt pens) and 1 pencil.
- Glue dots or cellotape.
- 2 pieces of string.
The Zoom web link will be published on the St Asaph Messy Church Facebook page on Saturday 30th May. If you are not on Facebook, please use this page’s “contact us” email to request access.
Learning and Craft work during Messy Church on Zoom – 17th May
Messy Church Holiday Club ran each morning of Holy Week (26th – 30th May 2018) where more than 50 children had great fun by playing a variety of games, singing, and crafts; making a number of different items to remind them of the stories of Holy Week.
At church this morning (Easter Day), some of the children (and helpers) celebrated by singing their well-practiced song “God’s not dead” to the congregation.
The next Messy Church is at 11.00am on Sunday 06th May.
The next Holiday Club will be at 10.30-12.30 on the Wednesday of school half term week (30th May).
Do come along and join us for these family fun times.
Below are examples of the pictures, decorations and crafts that were made by the children, and some of their best hula-hoop moves!
Messy Church is held at 11.00am on the First Sunday of each month. This is a fun service for all the family, with activities for children of all ages, where we can all learn through play, through games, singing and acting; and yes, it can be messy. Please come dressed for fun.
There are light refreshments which can be enjoyed by all.
Come along; try it.