Villagers enjoy messy church session in Wrington

PUBLISHED: 21:00 12 January 2017

Organiser Lee Prior with Pauline Wathen and some of the children.

Organiser Lee Prior with Pauline Wathen and some of the children.


Families in a North Somerset village shared food and got creative with crafts at a messy church session on Sunday.

Wrington Messy Church session.Wrington Messy Church session.

The afternoon event took place in Wrington and was organised by the village’s All Saints’ Church.

Children were able to make craft dolls and guests also enjoyed a range of tasty foods, including different varieties of fruit on sticks, at the session in the Memorial Hall.

Messy church is described as being a form of church worship for children and adults which involves creativity, celebration and hospitality.

It is primarily aimed at people who do not already attend another type of church service.

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