For books, DVDs, t-shirts and ideas see below:

To register your Messy Church is free and only takes a few minutes.  Registering will connect you to the national and international network of Messy Churches and support you with resources and events.

Go to: http://www.messychurch.org.uk/add-your-messy-church

Get Messy! Magazine

This is a great resource provided quarterly for all Messy Churches.  To subscribe: http://brfonline.org.uk/getmessy/#Findoutmore

Queensland and Northern Rivers Messy Church Magazine

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The Structure and Organisation of Messy Church in Australia

The Australian Messy Church Roundtable (AMCR) is a group of Messy Church

leaders from around Australia who meet once a year to support and grow

Messy Church Australia.

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The Victorian Council of Christian

Education (VCCE) has signed an

MOU with BRF (Bible Reading

Fellowship, UK) in order to facilitate

the development of Messy Church

ministries in Australia.

There is a partnership agreement between AMCR and VCCE

The relationship between the AMCR and the VCCE will be

characterised by a shared commitment to…

– Being Kingdom-focused and Spirit-led

– Partnership, collaboration and mutual respect

– Generous conversation and respectful listening

– Resourcing of organic growth without over-structuring

– Operating in accord with the values and principles of Messy Church

– High accountability/low control, with an awareness of differing roles and responsibilities

AMCR commits to expressing partnership through

  • Providing advice to the VCCE in relation to development of Messy Church in Australia
  • Inclusion of a VCCE staff member at the AMCR gathering
  • Providing a report of the annual AMCR gathering
  • Providing a mid-year update on agreed outcomes from the AMCR gathering  
  • Committing to the agreed Working Principles

 VCCE commits to expressing the partnership through

  • Allocation of staff time to the development of Messy Church in Australia
  • Listening to the advice provided by the AMCR
  • Providing an annual report to the AMCR gathering
  • Providing a mid-year update on VCCE activity in relation to Messy Church
  • Committing to the agreed Working Principles

For further information contact Chris Barnett : Chris.Barnett@ctm.uca.edu.au