Messy Church returns Feb. 21 at Cumberland United

Admission is free, with activities and refreshments for both young and old

Cumberland United Church (corner of First and Penrith) is hosting the second “Eat, Pray, Play” on Saturday, Feb. 21 starting at 2 p.m. There is no charge.

Eat, Pray, Play, or Messy Church, is a different way to ‘do church’.

This time the theme will be “Hope”. We will start off with a sing-along and then a few tables of creative activities. We will have a short but inspirational time to boost our inward spirit and then finish up with pizza including a gluten-free choice.

The songs and activities are appropriate and fun for all ages and stages of life. Come out; bring the kids, the grandparents, the friends. Everyone is welcome.

Reservations are encouraged but not required. FMI call Mary Lou at 250-336-8656 or the church phone 250-400-7800.


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