Love Dudley

Strategising for Dudley’s Next Generation

The Love Dudley Network of church leaders have a vision to see a generation turn to Christ. In November 2018 a team of leaders from across the borough went away together of retreat to listen to the Lord and think about how the borough could work together to see the Gospel transform young people. Out of this time together the team prayerfully developed a plan of how we could work together over the next couple of years that sets a foundation for 2020.

The three Core Elements of our Working Together are;

  • Mobilising people to pray – First Monday of each month fasting and prayer for a generation – 3 Borough Gatherings In 2019 to pray together. March 4/June 3/Sept 2
  • Equipping Churches to Disciple – Establishing a Learning Community – Key dates for gathering this community. March 15/16 – July 19-20 – October 4-5
  • Inspiring and Equipping Young People to reach their friends – Including a Conference Day Saturday November 9th – Venue: Lifecentral, Halesowen

Our first time of Gathered Prayer was on the 4th March. At our first gathering over 80 people from across the borough gathered to pray that God would touch the 1000’s of 11-18 year old’s living in the borough of Dudley. We’re excited about what the future holds for Dudley’s children and young people and are open to anyone with a heart for the next generation to get involved. For more information contact or

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