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Together 2020

Together 2020 is a multi-generational evening to gather the Black Country Church to celebrate what God is doing and to imagine what is yet to come.

On Saturday 4th January 2020, you are invited:

To GATHER with the Church of the Black Country, to make a statement to our children and young people about the size of the Body of Christ to which they belong.

To CELEBRATE what God is already doing through our togetherness across our region.

To IMAGINE together what else God could do if we will pledge to stand and work as one.

“Generation after generation stands in awe of your work; each one tells stories of your mighty acts.” (Psalm 145:4)

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