The vision of Messy Church is to have people of all ages fully alive in their faith, every day.
Monthly at 5:00 pm
This fall we will dive deep into Parker Palmer and Henri Nouwen’s novel, “A Hidden Wholeness”, which is based on the different seasons of life. As always, we encourage you to partake in this casual, contemplative, and family friendly worship service. Don’t forget to bring a neighbor and friend, too.
2017 Fall Dates and Themes
|Sunday, October 22||5:00 to 5:45 pm||Life mapping, a guided reflection that invites people to consider major events in their life
and how that affected their relationship with God
|Sunday, November 19||5:00 to 5:45 pm||Reflect upon fall, a time for reflection and reconfiguration/death of old practices|
|Saturday, December 16||10:30 am||Saturday yoga with Michelle Flory: a Time for reflection on winter and intention|
What You Need to Know
When? 5:00 pm to 6:00 pm, monthly
Who? People in every stage of their walks of life and faith.
Where? Heritage Hall
Food? Free simple supper following worship (usually pizza)!
Childcare? We always have helpers on hand for nursery care and a special activity planned for kids of all ages
Cost? Dinner is free and everyone will also have an opportunity to give back to the missions of the church during worship.
Vibe? Relaxed, comfortable, inspiring, innovative, seeking, connecting, intimate
What, exactly? Think: preachers in jeans, kids twirling in the aisles, real conversation, live music, moments of meditation. Each month we have a theme (light, gratitude, etc.) that guides us to dive into deeper connection with God and ourselves, taking what we learn into our hearts, homes and communities throughout the week.
Community? We believe we learn best together, so we can feel comfortable sharing openly, knowing that the community of faith helps us to live with intention. We invite everyone from within our church and outside of our church to participate, knowing that our experience is enriched by the presence and life experience of others.
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