Together Apart 3 – Watch it again!

On Sunday 21st February, we hosted Together Apart 3, a virtual gathering on Zoom and live-streamed to Facebook. The evening saw hundreds of Christians from churches all over the Black Country gather virtually to celebrate the things that God is doing in our region and imagine what else He may have planned.

This time, we welcomed Gareth Brown from Smethwick Church Action Network to share about the work happening in the Black Country’s most deprived town. You can find out more about Smethwick CAN by reading our Spotlight article on the project here.

We also heard from Karen Huxtable from The Christmas Lunch Project about the incredible work happening the feed vulnerable families across the region at Christmas time. Click here for more information about CLP.

If you were unable to join us on the night you can watch the whole evening on our YouTube channel or by clicking the video below.

Advance notice: Together Apart Part 4 will take place on Sunday 9th May 2021, 6pm-7:15pm on Facebook and Zoom. Watch this space for more info!

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