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We Are One – An Original Black Country Blessing

Christians from churches across the Black Country have come together during lockdown to unite as one and produce a powerful creative declaration over our region.

Almost one hundred singers, musicians, dancers, and visual artists from all four boroughs of the Black Country offered their contributions in response to the song ‘We Are One’, which was written by Chris Eaton for the Black Country Church and performed at Together 2020 in January.

The result is a beautiful statement of the diversity, creativity and togetherness of the Black Country Church.

We’d like to say a huge thank you to everyone who contributed towards the video. We’d love it if you could share the video with your friends and family on social media and for it to be shown in the online services of churches across the region.

Would you like to use this in your church streams or service?

We believe that “We Are One” is a powerful statement of Christian unity, not just for the Black Country but for Christians everywhere.

To this end we welcome any church or Christian organisation of any denomination to use this video and song as part of your services, streams and social media presence.

We do not require attribution, but if you would like to feel free to attribute this page. Please use the link below to download it from google drive.

Click here to download the video

If you’d like to talk to us to find out more about the vision or the video please email us at info@loveblackcountry.org.uk 




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