Messy Hospitality Paperback
Changing Communities Through Fun, Food, Friendship and Faith
by Lucy Moore;
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From the brilliant minds behind the trailblazing 'Messy Church' comes a wholly new approach to hospitality and welcoming.
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It's time to get messy again with Lucy Moore's new book, Messy Hospitality.
If you haven't heard of Messy Church before, then listen up. Messy Church is 'a way of being church for families and others based around welcome, crafts and art, celebration and eating together'.
It's Church without the Church-iness.
It's food. It's crafts. It's stories and it's community.
And now it's moved beyond the Church building. Messy Hospitality takes the art of hospitality, of welcoming in people and showing love to families, and brings it into the home. Lucy Moore takes the theology of hospitality and lays in on the tables we sit at when we eat, talk, make stuff, pray, and worship.
Messy Hospitality by Lucy Moore was published by BRF (The Bible Reading Fellowship) in April 2016 and is our 9074th best seller. The ISBN for Messy Hospitality is 9780857464156.
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Is messy hospitality focuses on families meeting together and if so, does it also include material about meeting together as non- generic families, eg, meeting with friends, new friends, etc?
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Introduction: Why hospitality?
1. Hospitality at the welcome table
2. Hospitality at the activity table
3. Hospitality at the Lord's table
4. Hospitality at the meal table
5. Hospitality in a Messy home
6. Hospitality to grow your team
7. Team training session on hospitality
8. Learning from the hospitality industry
Messy Church sessions on hospitality
Abraham and the three visitors
The meals Jesus ate
The Last Supper
The early church
The heavenly home
Conclusion: Not shutting the door but opening it
Details for Messy Hospitality
|Page last updated||9th May 2016|
|Author / Artist||Lucy Moore|
|Publisher||BRF (The Bible Reading Fellowship) (April 2016)|
|Number of Pages||224|