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Dance video all ready for kids!

As part of the evening at Together 2020, we’ll be singing a song together called “I Am Who You Say I Am” by Hillsong Worship.

Our good friend Ruth Hopper, from Living Hope Church in Dudley, has kindly choreographed a sign language-based dance routine for the song. We have filmed her teaching it and our dream is that churches across the region who will be joining us on Sat 4th January at Together 2020, will teach it to the children in their churches.

The aim is that every child who attends the event will already be familiar with the dance and will be able to join in together.

So here it is. Please share it on social media and make sure any people who work with children in your church know about it so that the kids can be taught the dance ahead of time.

Additionally, parents may want to show it to their own children and learn the dance with them at home so that the whole family can join in.

Swallow your inhibitions and enjoy!

Learning Version

Full Routine

 




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