The Messy Church project was launched at Philadelphie Methodist centre, in St Peter, earlier this month and has so far attracted 42 people.
Both young and not-so-young Islanders rolled up their sleeves for the first creative session on 3 November.
The Messy Church initiative is based on an idea developed by Lucy Moore of the group Barnabas UK and organisers say that it offers a fresh and exciting way of being a Christ-centred community.
The Rev Christine Legge, who is pioneering the project in Jersey, said: ‘The emphasis is on experiencing God’s love and hearing the gospel message through a four-point programme: chill, create, celebrate and chomp.’
Messy Church will be meeting at Philadelphie Methodist Church, on the main road next to Marks and Spencer, on the first Tuesday of every month from 3.30 pm to 5.30 pm. Miss Legge said that everyone was welcome to attend.
Further details are available by calling her on 491877 or Katie Norman on 482364.
A small charge of £2 per child with a max of £5 per family group is made to help offset running costs.