Right royally messy time
OUTRAGEOUS: Below, one of the Messy Church leaders Sally Copper was transformed into a Queen. Above, Laura Macklin FAMILIES got messy at a church’s final workshop of the summer.
Transformation was the theme at the last Messy Church at Emmanuel Church, in Broad Street, Chesham, until September.
Lots of fun was had outdoors including a bouncy castle, water pistol, coconut shy and football.
Inside there were loads of different crafts including mask making, sock puppets, face and foot painting.
The children also decorated their own cupcakes and took part in a quiz.
After the crafts and activities everyone gathered in the main church.
Neil and Sally Cooper, two of the Messy Church leaders, were transformed into a king and queen causing ‘much hilarity’ with their outrageous costumes.
There were lively songs and an engaging explanation of the bible story of Saul’s transformation when he met Jesus, changing from a man who sought out and persecuted Christians into the man who was one of the
FUN: football founders of the early church.
Hot dogs were then enjoyed by all.
The free event will return on Saturday, September 12 at 4pm and everyone is welcome.
Oliver Procter playing