Go along to ‘Messy Church’ in Louth

Mayor of Louth, Andrew Leonard, attended the recent 'Messy Church' session at the Trinity Centre in Louth. EMN-141017-132419001
Mayor of Louth, Andrew Leonard, attended the recent 'Messy Church' session at the Trinity Centre in Louth. EMN-141017-132419001

The Mayor of Louth, Councillor Andrew Leonard, was recently invited to see the ‘Messy Church’ group at the Trinity Centre in Louth.

The Messy Church group meetings include craft activities and food, and is also promoted as a time for celebration within the community.

Reverend Kate Toogood said: “Messy Church is a fabulous opportunity to reach out to families in the community.

“On the second Saturday of each month, the Messy Church morning combines a range of themed craft activities, a time of celebration and ends with us all eating together.

“It is enjoyed by children and adults alike.”

Mayor Andrew Leonard said: “This is yet another free facility provided by the churches in Louth, and a fantastic opportunity within the community.”

The Messy Church sessions at Louth Trinity Centre, in Eastgate, take place on the second Saturday of each month from 10.45am until 12.45pm.