Stawell Uniting Church launches 'Messy Church' program

What’s for Tea? Pictured at the Stawell Uniting Church (L-R) Joel Evans, Gayle
Chaplin and Elva Raggatt.

What’s for Tea? Pictured at the Stawell Uniting Church (L-R) Joel Evans, Gayle Chaplin and Elva Raggatt.

MANY families lives are so busy these days that it becomes messy.

With comings and goings and the constant demands of life, there is scarcely time to spend together.

Stawell Uniting Church has initiated a program that aims at ensuring families have a time set aside for sharing and being together.

This comes without the worry of having to cook a meal, yet being able to sit down together amongst friends and eat, laugh and talk.

Having the opportunity to share and play together, the Stawell Uniting Church hosts Messy Church.

Messy Church will be happening again this Sunday from 5.30pm to 7.30pm at 11-13 Scallan Street, Stawell. All are welcome and enquiries can be directed to Susan Pearse on 5358 1161.

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