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Messy Church Comes To Whitnash

Whitnash Methodist Church, in conjunction with St Margaret's Anglican Church are launching their Messy Church initiative on Saturday 9th December (10:30 — 12:30) with a Christmas theme for the first one. Come dressed as a nativity character and take part as the Nativity Story is told.

Messy Church is aimed at children from school years Reception — Year 6 (primary school age) and their siblings. Children must be accompanied by an adult.

There will be games and craft opportunities (including edible craft!) Refreshments and lunch will be provided.

Entry is **free** and donations are welcome.

Address:
Whitnash Methodist Church
Murcott Road East
Whitnash
CV31 2JJ

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