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Messy Church is on Sunday 27th September 11a.m. at St Bart's Church.
This month we will be thinking of Harvest in this country and the developing world.

Our theme is "Bread of Life" and we will watch a short film of a bread maker in South Sudan feeding the people of his village with freshly made bread.

The children will be acting out the Parable of the Mustard seed, and making bird feeders — to feed the birds through the winter.

Our Messy Church Banner has now been put together and the oldest and youngest member will be bringing that into Messy Church on Sunday morning

Please come and enjoy a Fun Way to Worship
Look forward to seeing you.

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