Messtival in Childwall

Published 4th July 2011 by lucy moore

Jane visited a 24-hour Messtival in Childwall, Liverpool, with the sun shining and happy campers! There were messy tents everywhere with stalls, picnics, crafts, food, prayer, story times, messy rope walk and lots more. The church grounds incorporated a tent area for families camping overnight and Saturday’s programme had a Messy Church in the afternoon and worship band in the evening. This 24-hour event ended on the Sunday with a messy pasta lunch. Well done to Debbie and co. A brilliant idea!

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