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Lighthouse Craft
Light house craft 2
Salt and ice craft 2
Scratch craft
Salt dough craft
Salt
Candle

Instead of the usual Youth Club on Monday evening, Halmer End Methodist Church held a Messy Church on the theme of Salt and Light. On arrival the children took part in a treasure hunt for items hidden around the church, finding torches, tea lights and salt. Then there were four craft activities — making lighthouses, using scratch colour cards, moulding and shaping salt dough and an experiment with salt and ice. There was a short worship time with LED balloons followed by a snack meal together.

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