Easter Messy Church Trail

For Messy Church this Easter we thought we’d do something different! Check out this link to download a map and trail around Swanley that can be done at any point over the Easter holidays and beyond. Use the clue sheet to find out a letter at each point and then scramble the letters to find two words. 

We know we have some people who tune in to Messy Church that can’t visit Swanley during the restrictions, so if you can’t make it around the trail check out the download above. There is an extra sheet with photos of us doing the trail. You should be able to work out the answers from that.

At 2.30pm on 28th March our Messy Church service will go live on www.youtube.com/c/ChristChurchSwanley and you will be able to check to see if you got the answer right at the very end (just pause that bit of the video if you haven't done the trail and don't want to hear the answer!) If you miss the go live date, the service will later be uploaded for you to watch at any time.

Easter Messy Church

Things you can ready. (Don't worry if you don't have these exact items, just adapt the craft as you need to). The main thing to bring is yourself!

  • glue
  • pen to write with
  • sissors
  • half a paper plate (or you could use a plate to cut around cardboard from a cereal box) 
  • green paper/card
  • brown paper/card
  • yellow paper/card

More background

This is our children-focused service held on selected Sundays at 2.30pm for primary school aged children. It’s a chance to get Messy! Before lockdown, adults would be catered for with refreshments whilst children were free to engage in lots of arts and crafts, games, bible stories and dancing to lively child-friendly worship songs.

If your children are restless they will love Messy Church! This is a great way for you and your children to meet other families and make new friends, all whilst learning more about what Christians believe!

Our 2021 dates are as follows:

  • 28th March (Messy Easter) - Online as above.

  • 18th July 

  • 26th September

  • 19th December (Messy Christmas)


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