And now I make all things new. Rev 21:5

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Hucclecote Methodist Church
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facebook iconMeets on a Tuesday each school holiday.

I wrote last year about our journey from 2009 and we still continue to meet, having had a wonderful celebration of our 10 years last October.

Our format continues to be the same- craft based on a theme, worship and then eating together. Our celebratory theme was “Create, Conserve and Celebrate “. We explored God‘s creation, how we can try and conserve our planet and that we will always be thankful for God‘s blessings to us all. We enjoyed a party tea altogether and took home a party bag each!

In February our theme was “Jesus turns a MESS into a MESSAGE “. We took some of the sayings of Jesus and made a variety of crafts (which we try and display on our board in the hall after each session). We looked at the relevance of His sayings to us today in our worship and all ate a scrumptious Eton Mess afterwards!!

Unfortunately our Easter Messy Church has had to be cancelled due to the Coronavirus and probably our May one as well. However we have kept in touch with the families on our Facebook page and sent them our thoughts and prayers at this difficult, challenging time.

Last summer we hosted the Hub Family Fun over three days, when we looked at “Superheroes” - Moses, Daniel and Simon Peter. We had an amazing three days doing paper craft, food and cooking, sewing and weaving, puppetry, modelling and collage work. Our worship consisted of hearing the stories of our Superheroes, singing and praying. Each day we finished with “Think, Remember, Pray“, before eating some delicious food together. We are grateful to St Phillip and St James church and to Hillview church for their support and help.

This coming summer St Phillip and St James will hopefully be hosting the Hub Family Fun, although this will depend on the situation we find ourselves in, in August.

Thank you to everyone who prepares, helps and supports us with their prayers. May God continue to guide us in this work.

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