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A fond farewell to Lucy Moore ...

18 November 2021

Lucy MoorePRESS RELEASE ... from BRF

After 20 years of working for BRF, we are saying farewell to Messy Church pioneer and founder Lucy Moore as she takes on a major new role with the Church of England. We celebrate and give thanks for Lucy’s extraordinary contribution to the growth of Messy Church throughout the world and to its recognised impact on the lives of people of all ages, on and beyond the edge of traditional church.

Rt Revd Colin Fletcher, BRF’s Chair of Trustees, praises Lucy’s work ‘As BRF’s Trustees it has been a privilege to work with Lucy to enable what began as a local initiative to blossom into a hugely significant church planting development both in this country and in many parts of the world. Her new role with the Growing Faith Foundation will play to all her strengths and we look forward to working with her and to seeing her thrive in her new ministry. We will also be working closely with her successor and BRF’s Messy Church team to discover what God has in store for its continuing life, as one of BRF’s four key ministries, in the years to come.’

About Messy Church
Messy Church is a way of being church for families and others. It is Christ-centred, for all ages, and based on creativity, hospitality and celebration. From its tiny beginnings in Cowplain, near Portsmouth, there are now more than 3,750 Messy Churches in 30 countries.