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Church Leaders’ Summit

TIME4BRUM is calling church leaders across Birmingham to unite for a pivotal summit to take place from 10.30am to 3.30pm on Saturday 13 July at Mount Zion Community Church, 70 Thomas Street, Aston B6 4TN. The TIME4BRUM call is based on the belief that, in these urgent times, the city of Birmingham requires leaders with prophetic insight and decisive action. The gathering of 13 July is not just an event; it is a call to action, a moment to stand together, to seek God’s guidance, mercy, and grace, and to cry out for vision, hope, and change.

Birmingham’s young people are facing numerous multi-layered and complex crises. TIME4BRUM believes that Christian pastors and leaders have the authority and responsibility to seek to transform these crises into a blessing, safeguarding the rising generation and praying for their prosperity.

The aim of the summit is to enable a powerful move of God in the younger generation, to see churches across Birmingham fully investing in young people, to release intergenerational (‘Abraham, Isaac and Jacob’) blessing and to raise up new worshippers, new leaders, new prayers, a new generation for Jesus. The summit is about placing the future of Birmingham and of our young people in God’s hands. By standing together, there is power to shape the future of the city. We are determined to protect and uplift the young people of Birmingham. Together, we pray for God to equip, inspire and mobilise us for effective action – it is time for change!

The TIME4BRUM summit is specifically for church leaders and those engaged in serving and supporting young people and children.

For more information and to register, visit Summit Registration. To learn more about TIME4BRUM, visit www.time4brum.uk.

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