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There was a special Messy Church at St Bart's on Sunday 25th February. The theme was "growth" and "the parable of the sower". The children cut out foam hand silhouettes which were stuck onto a foam tree trunk to make a colourful tree. This was followed by adding all the children's heights to a height chart and in one year's time we will see how much they have grown.

Sue then took the opportunity to say goodbye to the Messy Church congregation. After five years heading up the team and doing a fantastic job, she and Chris are now moving to Heswall. We wish them a wonderful time in their new home. You will both be sadly missed!

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