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Messy Nativity
Sunday 18th December 2016 11am.

Calling all boys and girls to take part in our Messy Nativity Play — Please bring your children, grandchildren, nieces and nephews — bring them dressed or we will dress them as angels, shepherds and kings in the time honoured way, There will be lots of glitter, and this year we also have a donkey, although not a real one.

"A Children's Nativity Story", written by Angela Yardy is a humorous, rhyming Children's Nativity play with narration and familiar upbeat Christmas tunes which we will enjoy singing.

Afterwards there will be Refreshments and lots of time to chat.

Please come to Messy Church -- A Fun Way to Worship

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