Sometimes Sunday mornings are hard. It’s hard to get everyone up, dressed, and out the door to make it to church where we sit quietly. We get it. We want to meet families where you are. Our lives are messy.

That is why

We are going to start a Messy Church!!!

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What is Messy Church?

  • A meeting of all ages once a month to participate in crafts, learning about church,( Jesus, God and Scripture), and to sit down and share a meal together.
  • It is a fun, and welcoming environment where we are providing opportunities to socialize, build discipleship, and learn together.
  • It is free.
  • Everyone is welcome. Regular church goers, families who can’t make it on Sunday, those curious about church, and both the young and old. 
  • It is FUN & MESSY!!!

Messy church is a Social Christ centered movement that originated in the U.K. but is found now gaining momentum globally. Their 5 Core Messy Values are:

  • Christ Centered
  • All Ages (multigenerational learning and socializing)
  • Creativity
  • Hospitality
  • Celebration

Messy Church takes place on the third Thursday of the month.  To hear about future dates follow us on Facebook or ask to be added to a mailing list.

Need more information? We'd love to talk Messy Church with you! 

Email Veronica at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

Or phone our office at: 250-564-6494


Want to get involved?

Whether it is just once or every month there is something that you can do!

  • Join our planning team
    • Help plan, organize the events, and come up with the themes
  • Join the kitchen crew
    • Be the cook or grocery shopper
    • prep and serve our simple meal
    • participate in the activities on the day too
  • Be a crafter/ station operator
    • Run a theme specific activity station; game, story, etc. 
    • Have an idea? Let us know!
  • Donate
    • If donating your time isn’t something you can do then you can always donate craft supplies, food supplies, or money to go towards what we need.