The new generation of inter-church youth services kicks off at All Saints, Chafford Hundred, on Sunday 24 October.
UNITE 30/31 has come about as a result of the discussions concerning the Epicentre project.
Guest speaker is Kev McGlade from the band 29th Chapter. There will also be a cafe style environment, activities and worship from a band made of musicians from local youth groups.
Six local church youth leaders have come together to make this happen – hence the name UNITE. The 30/31 bit refers to Thurrock’s junctions on the M25. The finance for the event is being provided by the churches involved.
Steve Morris, youth worker at Chafford Hundred Community Church, says, “A Facebook page has been created and a video uploaded – please link to this by looking at it on Facebook and sharing the link. If we could get this page out to the young people ASAP that would be great.”
So if you’re reading this, please pass on this link to the young people in your church:
The UNITE 30/31 poster is below.
Transformation Thurrock are supporting UNITE 30/31 by promoting it as a model of unity to the young people across our borough. TT aims to support UNITE 30/31 financially in the future as well.