Welcome to the Messy Church site in Milborne Port  

You can find us at:
 Steps Community Church
North Street, Milborne Port, Sherborne,
 DT9 5EW

www.messychurch.org.uk will tell you more

Our Messy Church is on the second Sunday of each month
3.00pm until 5.00pm

Everybody’s Welcome,
Nobody’s Perfect And
Anything’s Possible!


MESSY CHURCH is about having time together to have fun, explore faith, worship God and have a meal.  Messy Church welcomes everyone, aims to involve everyone, and values everyone.

From humble beginnings in 2004, something called Messy Church at a parish church near Portsmouth, has become the most numerous and best supported fresh expression of Church, with over 300 recorded examples as of April 2010. It has travelled across and beyond the British Isles, as well as being taken up by different denominations.

It is called Messy Church because you get Messy! When you arrive you have a choice of different games and craft activities which feeds into the theme of the celebration.

Then there is food! There is a good healthy meal for everyone to enjoy;
it’s a time together before leaving.

 Messy Church is especially designed to reach out to families including those for whom Sunday morning worship is difficult due to family circumstances.

It’s a place for those who don’t go to church or have never been to church. You’re welcome to come and give it a go.







So ‘What is Messy Church’? 


It is an all-age church where everyone is valued equally.

 It provides an informal environment for all-ages to explore and experience faith and worship through crafts, food and celebration.

It describes each and every one of us as no one is perfect and each of us lead messy lives for many reasons.

It invites us to come together, making things together, eating together and celebrating God together.
Children under 13 years
 must be accompanied
by an adult.

This is your invitation to come along and try it for yourself; you will be very welcome!

 4927356Everyone is invited – young and old alike – Adults, children, teenagers, grandparents and carers.
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