Regather, Recover, Reimagine.

After a year of extremely hard work, enduring the “unknown” and extended furlough for many, those working in youth and children’s ministry are extremely tired.

Ministry with the next generation can be hard work in normal circumstances, but the pressures of the pandemic have created a whole new playing field. Youth and children’s workers have been labouring tirelessly to do all they can to support the young people they usually work with, albeit digitally in most cases, and the pressure is taking its toll.

Love Black Country Next Gen are eager to support those working with the next generation in any way we can. On Monday 19th July, 7:30pm, we’re inviting all youth and children’s workers from across the Black Country to regather together after so many months of physical isolation from each other, recover together from the year we’ve endured and reimagine together what God has planned for the Next Generation in this region.

The gathering will take place on Monday 19th July at 7:30pm at Hope Church, West Bromwich, B71 2DR. More information can be found by emailing deb@loveblackcountry.org.uk .

We look forward to seeing you there.



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