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Together Apart 4 – A Year in Lockdown

We’re happy to announce that we will be hosting our 4th regional Together Apart gathering on Sunday 9th May at 6pm, live on Facebook and Zoom.

We’ll be reflecting on a year in lockdown, including interviews with leaders from across the region about how they have seen God move through the togetherness of His Church during the pandemic. We’ll also be chatting to Bishop Ruben King (NTGD Harvest Temple), reflecting on how we can build bridges between black majority and white majority churches in the light of one year since the murder of George Floyd.

Our previous Together Apart gatherings saw hundreds of people tune in live to watch and we hope that if you were one of them, you’ll join us again and if you weren’t, you’ll be able to make it this time. We’re sure it will leave you blessed and encouraged.

The gathering is best enjoyed if you’re part of the Zoom room. This will allow you to stay on Zoom after the live-stream ends and ask questions to our participants. To access the Zoom room details, please email info@loveblackcountry.org.uk




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