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Together Apart – The Gathering

Together Apart – The Gathering
Sunday 19th July 2020, 6-7:15pm
Live on Zoom

At the heart of everything we do as Love Black Country is our desire to “work together” and to help facilitate “togetherness” wherever we can.

Love Black Country have been gathering Christians from all over the Black Country at quarterly regional breakfasts for nearly 20 years now. Unfortunately, lockdown has meant that such gatherings are not possible right now. Yet our desire to gather, celebrate and imagine together remains the same.

To that end, we’re happy to announce that we’ll be hosting a virtual gathering for the region on Zoom on Sunday 19th July from 6-7:15pm called “Together Apart – The Gathering”.

If you were with us at Together 2020 in January, you most likely enjoyed being together with so many Christians from across the area. We believe that together we are stronger, and that Together 2020 was more than a moment in time, but the genesis of a movement that The Lord called us to undertake. On Sunday 19th July, we can’t promise you the same atmosphere, but we can promise you that God promises to be with us, and as we do as He says, we release Him to do what only He can do across our area.

All are welcome to log on and join with others across the region as we gather (virtually) together, celebrate how God is moving and speaking through lockdown and imagine what He might have planned when lockdown is lifted and we begin a “new normal”.

Book Your Place

We will not be publishing the Zoom Room credentials online, so please email us at info@loveblackcountry.org.uk to book in and access the Zoom Room login details.

We look forward to “seeing you there” and celebrating all that God is doing in our area….TOGETHER.




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