Scotland DVD clips

Published 14th October 2011 by lucy moore

The Revd Grant Barclay has been filming Messy Church practitioners in Aberdeen and has shared the results with us. Do check out the link to YouTube – there are some wonderful people sharing their experiences. Grant explains:
‘I’m emailing just to say that, as part of a project at Christian Education Association Scotland (CEAS), we have begun capturing practitioners’ experiences in children’s ministries. I recently gathered some views and experiences of people in Aberdeen who had been running Messy Church activities for some time. You can access all the clips, including the Messy Church ones, here and I hope you might be encouraged at the breadth of influence your work is having!’
(We are, Grant! We are!)

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