Love Wolverhampton

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.
“Do you get into trouble if you don’t go to church?” Answering real questions from real children. - Teaching RE to primary school children is not without its challenges and children’s workers in Dudley and Wolverhampton have been working together to help teachers communicate the Christian faith to their pupils.
Faith and cycling – a Holy Alliance - Cycling and Christianity isn’t often a combination that are mixed, but one man from Wolverhampton is working hard to challenge this preconception and prove that it can be a Holy Alliance that impacts the futures of the region's most vulnerable young people.

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Love Wolverhampton is part of Love Black Country, an area wide Christian network that seeks to encourage the Body of Christ to listen to God, work together and pursue transformation in our communities.

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