Easy Evening

Published 17th March 2009 by lucy moore

Messy Church leaders in Kent had a really inspiring evening together chatting about Messy Church and the problems and ways forward locally.
It wasn’t a full Messy Fiesta, which takes a bit of organising, but just an easy evening in a church where they run Messy Church themselves, and coordinated by Regional Coordinator for Kent, Captain Graham Nunn.
Sadly, one group got lost in the fog and never made it, but it was very useful and fruitful for the rest of us to chew over what Kent Messy Churches might do together in the future. If you think an Easy Evening would be good in your area, have a word with your Regional Coordinator. If we haven’t got one for your area yet, do drop me an email and we’ll sort something together.

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