Lockdown Good News Stories

Churches work together to tackle youth unemployment - In order to tackle the growing unemployment statistics amongst 16-24 year-olds, central government has invested £2 billion in an initiative called “Kickstart” and churches across the Diocese of Lichfield are taking full advantage of it.
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.
Increasing need for education chaplaincy as schools return - As they return to school on 8th March after months out of formal education, thousands of children and young people across the Black Country will require far greater support than simply what school teachers are able to offer. Local churches can provide essential pastoral support for schools through chaplaincy partnerships and this has never been more essential than it is now.

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Stories to encourage and inspire you during the Coronavirus pandemic.

How is your church responding to the Coronavirus lock down? Love Black Country would love to share your ideas with others across the network to encourage and inspire churches to remain together, even though we’re apart, and to impact our communities with the love and kindness of God.

Fill in our online Coronavirus Activity Form here to submit your church’s/organisation’s plans.