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Together Apart – The Re-Gathering

Together Apart – The Re-Gathering
Sunday 22nd November 2020, 6-7:15pm
Live on Zoom and Facebook

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.

Lockdown One inhibited the ability to gather physically for each and every one of us and Lockdown Two is no different. Yet our desire at Love Black Country to gather, celebrate and imagine together remains the same.

To that end, we’re happy to announce that we’ll be hosting another virtual gathering for the region on Zoom on Sunday 22nd November from 6-7:15pm called “Together Apart – The Re-Gathering”.

Our first Together Apart Zoom gathering in July saw over 150 people log on to Zoom and many more watch live on Facebook. We hope those of you who joined us last time will do so again and those who were unable will be able to find the time to join us this time around.

We’ll be live-streaming to Zoom from a professional studio, just to keep things interesting, and the gathering will explore a number of ways that God is moving in the region through the togetherness of His Church.

Specifically, we’ll be hearing an update on the holiday hunger programme rolled out by partnerships between churches in Dudley throughout the year, along with a celebration of the wide-ranging work that has continued through lockdown to reach the Next Generation in the Black Country.

Finally, we’ll also be treated with a special video message recorded by George Otis, producer of the infamous Transformations documentary series, especially for the Black Country Church at this time.

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!




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