Planning for September – Next Gen Equip Night – Wed 8th July

We’re happy to announce the date of our Next Gen Equip Night, which will take place on Wednesday 8th July at 3pm (so more afternoon than night, but there you go!).

Meeting virtually on Zoom, the Equip Night is open to all those who work with children and young people in churches across the area.

As lockdown continues to ease and the summer holidays quickly approach, we will spend time together reviewing what has and hasn’t worked during lockdown in terms of our children’s and youth work, we will discuss what activities we have planned for the summer and we will look forward to planning for September.

To book your place and receive access to the Zoom Room link, please email deb@loveblackcountry.org.uk.

We look forward to “seeing” you there!



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