Open to everyone from the youngest to the oldest, Messy Church is a creative exploration of the Christian faith, with activities and games, followed by a short time of celebration, stories and music, and a light meal to finish with.
Held on the first Sunday afternoon of each month during school terms from 4:30 - 6:30pm, and run by our amazing Messy Church facilitator Sue Harding, Messy Church is a fun adventure in discovering and learning about Jesus in a family focused environment, and in making a mess!
If you're not sure about coming along to a Sunday morning service but would like to find out about leading a life of faith, then Messy Church could be for you.
Messy Church Australia is affiliated with the international Messy Church movement, whose home is with the Bible Reading Fellowship (BRF), a Christian charity based in Oxfordshire, UK. For more information on the work of BRF, visit https://www.messychurch.org.uk/
Due to COVID-Safe considerations Messy Church will not be held for a while. We hope this will change very soon.
Messy Church Facilitator
Escape the house from just $2 a week (plus $1 for each additional child), each school term Tuesday at 10am.
Stay for lunch and a chat for an extra $3 per adult and $1 per child. [Due to COVID-19 restrictions lunch will not be provided at present]
Play group co-ordinator
Margaret spent her working life with kids as a school teacher. She has a heart and passion for children, and we're lucky to have her looking after our play group and children's programs
Crafters of Spicer
Meet our talented craft group, polish up your crafting skills and even have some lessons and learn a thing or two, in a relaxed, friendly environment. Every 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month from February to November, from 10am - 2pm. COVID-safety is well in hand here.
Just bring a gold coin donation, and please note that this is a perfume free event, thanks!
Come when you can, leave when you must!
Just COS Coordinator
Anne loves all things craft. She is a seasoned craft artist who especially enjoys card making and embroidery.
Eat pray care
Eat Pray Care (or EPC as we call it) meets on the second Saturday of each month at Spicer Uniting Church for breakfast and fellowship at 9.30- 11.30am. Our purpose is to share in prayer for our church family, and identify ways to offer spiritual and practical support for the Spicer community.