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WE PRAY…for the next generation in WOLVERHAMPTON

Children’s and Youth Workers from across Wolverhampton have come together to record a prayer for the children and young people living in their borough.

The call was sent out by our Next Gen Champion, Deb Chamberlain, to ask youth and children’s workers across the borough to film a simple prayer for the next generation in Wolverhampton. The response was wonderful and it’s been an honour editing them together into one incredible prayer for children and young people in the borough.

 




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