Messy Cafe

Cerys Hughes in Lichfield Diocese and her team have held their first Family Cafe, and Cerys has kindly written about it. If you’re thinking about a follow-on from Messy Church, it could be a great inspiration. Her account gives lots of food for thought: the faithfulness to the DNA of Messy Church but doing something very different, the value of simply making space for Christians and non-Christians to hang out together, the value of using a different area in church from the one usually used, the power of making children a huge part of it but not exclusively focusing on them, using multimedia but simple singing too, and Cerys’ very honest reflections about how practical it is to do this more often, given the demands on the team.

Read here what she has to say

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