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Being Messy, Being Church


Exploring the direction of travel for today’s church
by Ian Paul


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A series of essays by different contributors exploring what Messy Church brings to the wider church, how these different forms of church community can coexist, and what this might mean for the future of the church. Questions addressed include: What will church look like in 20 years’ time? How can Messy Church help Christians unite a passion for mission with a heart for ministry? What can Messy Church and Sunday Church learn from each other?


  • Introduction: a church for all generations – Ian Paul


  • Messy Church in different contexts – Karen Rooms
  • Messy teamwork: developing the faith of team members – Isabelle Hamley
  • Messy challenges: dangers and pitfalls – Greg Ross
  • Making sacred spaces in Messy Church – Jean Pienaar
  • Messy Church and the sacraments – Philip North


  • Messy Church in a postmodern world – Sabrina Mller
  • Messy Church and Sunday church in conversation – Mark Rylands
  • Messy Church and play – Judyth Roberts
  • The pastoral implications of Messy Church – Irene Smale
  • Messy Church and evangelism – Tim Sanderson
  • Messy Church and the challenge of making disciples – Stephen Kuhrt
  • Missional structures for missional outcomes – Tim Dakin

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Weight .15 kg
Dimensions 20 × 13 × 1.0 cm