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Small is beautiful......
Bring together 6 cousins under the age of 7, a nativity dressing up box,mountains of sandwiches and cake and what do you get? A very Happy Messy Church! The children made the most amazing and beautiful Christmas Cards, and then got creative telling the Christmas story as interviewees on a TV news programme. Several of our rising stars though needed to double up as both the donkey and Mary/Joseph/angel. Multi tasking is the way ahead! Small groups like these are perfect for really sharing over a craft and meal table, and a real time of fellowship was had by all ages. Thank you to Jean and Sheila for providing all the food — all power to Grannies and Aunties!

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