Messy Church (All Saints 3:30-5:30pm 4th Thursday)

Due to COVID-19 we are currently doing Messy Church online.

Our Harvest Messy Church at Home for September can be viewed here

You can view our July Messy Church at Home here:

June Messy Church at home can be seen here

May Messy Church at home can be seen here

Messy Church happens every fourth Thursday at All Saints and is a very special part of our mission at All Saints. We regularly get around 20-30 children and the same number of parents and it is greatly enjoyed by all. Each session starts with a welcome, and a Bible story before having the chance to head off for eight or nine different craft activities or science experiments which give an opportunity to explore the theme for the day. We then gather back together again for a song and prayer time before ‘Messy grace’ and our jacket potato tea.

Science experiments always show why we call it ‘Messy’ church!
Craft time at Messy Church






Many children from All Saints’ two church schools Malvern Wells and the Wyche, come along to Messy Church along with children from other schools too.

We have a special ‘Christmas Messy Church’ which is very popular every Christmas Eve and this is a great way to entertain excited children and think a little about the real meaning of Christmas.

Christmas Messy is always a busy occasion!
Margaret and Helen lead Messy Church and they always have their Messy Church stand at the Malvern Wells Village Fete