Messy Church Christmas at Hatfield Heath

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Hatfield Heath United Reformed and Anglican churches are hosting a Messy "Messy Church" Christmas Event on Saturday 19 December at Holy Trinity Church, Hatfield Heath

The fun starts at 1.00 pm and runs through until 3.00 pm.

There will be lots of different activities including:

  • A Nativity themed hunt on the Churchyard — with prizes!
  • A Nativity Photo Opportunity: Come dressed up so your family can take your picture by a manger.
  • A Village Nativity Picture Cheer Up: Come with A4 nativity picture which we will laminate & display in windows for you to find later — Receive a thank you activity gift sheet in return.
  • Outside Carol Singing From 2.45 pm.

Due to COVID-19 social distancing rules apply, please ensure you text Jo Hargrave on 0778 7150749 to register a place.

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