Love Dudley

United in Prayer for the Next Generation

Are you passionate about seeing the next generation transformed?

One Heart Sound, Love Dudley’s youth network, are calling Christians from across Dudley and beyond to join together on Monday 2nd September to pray for the next generation.

The event will take place at Primrose Hill Community Church, Netherton starting at 8pm. This will be our third ‘all together’ prayer event this year in response to the Lord’s leading at the start of 2019 to commit to a year of sowing in prayer. Monthly prayer gatherings have been taking place on the first Monday of each month throughout the year in addition to our all together prayer events.

We will pray for the thousands of children and young people about to start a new academic year across the Black Country. All are welcome, including young people themselves, those working in education, parents, grandparents and anyone with a heart for the next generation.

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