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Messy Church

Messy Saints at All Saints Church, Sapcote

All Saints Messy Church started on the first Sunday in March 2014 and we have now been running for about 4 years! We usually meet on the first Sunday of the month at 4 pm for ten months of the year. However, we do have a rest in January and August each year. Our sessions start with a range of craft activities linked to a bible based theme. We aim to provide a selection of activities and challenges for all ages. We even have a baby corner with toys suitable for younger children (and soft chairs and refreshments for parents to enjoy time together).  Following the activity time, we move into a short time of worship and then we go across into the hall for tea!

The dates and themes for 2018 are


March 4th - Love rules (Martha’s story)

March 31st (Saturday 10.15 for 10.30)- Easter Bonnet parade (A joint Messy Church with Sapcote Methodists)

May 13th - The Holy Spirit (Pentecost and the fruits of the spirit)

June 3rd - Pets and peace (Reconciliation)

July 1st - Journeys - Paul’s adventures in the book of Acts

Sept  2nd- Our community - Small start, huge impact.

October 7th - Money matters - Generosity

November 4th - T.B.C

December 2nd - T.B.C.

We have a team of leaders who enjoy the Messy Church experience and who enjoy sharing their faith with others. 

We do cater for a range of dietary needs - please contact us on the email below if this applies to you. 

Members of our Messy Church congregation say:

‘. . .  like cakes’ (L aged 19 months)

‘. . . like the food, making things, singing songs with actions’ (J aged 3 1/2years)

‘I like the interactive biblical teaching I get’ ( F - a dad)

‘I like the way we all learn bible stories and principles in a fun and safe environment’ (S - one of the mums)

Members of our Messy Church Helpers team say:

‘I like seeing everyone enjoying themselves’ (J)

‘I enjoy the family atmosphere and the times of fellowship with all ages - we have the opportunity to meet, worship God, chat and to grow close to each other’ (JK)

For more information, please contact us at 

See some photos of the latest Messy church on the ‘Messy Church in Pictures’ page.