Good practice?

Published 13th January 2010 by lucy moore

Another email made me stop and think about how we encourage Messy Church teams to put on the very best they can for God and for the people they serve. See how you react to it, especially if you read it in conjunction with Thomas’s comments from Canada (blog on 6 Jan)
Having visited a worship session recently which was described to me as ‘Messy Church’, but which seemed to be a case of using the label as an excuse not to think things through or plan properly, I think that there is need to ‘go back to basics’!

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