What we Do?
Walsall is blessed with a lot of God inspired initiatives. LoveWalsall sets out to suppport Walsall’s Christian initiatives with prayer, publicity and / or resource. Some initiatives are listed below for prayer and information. Please email me should you sense your project would benefit from being on this page.
- Walsall Turning – see more detail below.
- Higher Tour Tuesday 30th January 2018 a Prayer Event for the Higher Tour. Venue and Timings to follow.
- The Big Feed
- Walsall North Foodbank
- Ablewell Advice Foodbank
- Black Country Foodbank
- Tuesday Prayer for Walsall at Legacy Church every Tuesday at Corporation St West from 0930 to 1030.
- Worship Central. Details of next event will be circulated soon.
- Night Shelter. See details below. Contact Jean
- LoveWalsall Prayer and Breakfast. First Thursday morning of the month except January, April, July, October at Vines, 33 Lower Hall Lane, Walsall, WS1 1RR. Starts 0700 until 0830. Email Kev & me to book in.
- Catalyst. Quarterly Prayer and Breakfast on Saturday morning at 0800. Details of next event will be circulated soon.
- Thomas Project
- Hope into Action – coming to Walsall soon.
- Bridging the Gap.
- Families Champions – Sam Knight appointed as Black Country Families Champions Coordinator.
- Walsall Money Advice Project
- Places of Welcome
- Transforming Communities Together
- Walsall Street Pastors
- Walsall Heathlands Mission Facebook
- Green Lane Baptist Church Walsall – Christmas Day – Service and Dinner
Higher Tour coming to the Midlands in 2018 !
Details and Tour dates attached
Walsall Community Church
Administrative Office: Goldmine Centre 14a Lower Hall Lane Walsall WS1 1RL Tel: 01922 629313
Registered Charity No 1076491 Company No 3769753
Tuesday 30th January 2018 a Prayer Event for the Higher Tour. Venue and Timings to follow.
IMAGINE an event where thousands of young people from Walsall and the Black Country came together into an atmosphere of Christian PRAISE AND WORSHIP!
Imagine if most WEREN’T CHRISTIANS YET
Imaging if the gospel was preached powerfully and THOUSANDS CAME TO THE LORD!
Well you have just imagined the HIGHER TOUR…The largest Youth Mission in the Uk for a generation…and it’s coming to the Black Country next year…JUST IMAGINE!!
Higher is an initiative from the The Message Trust (Andy Hawthorne of World Wide Message Tribe) based in Manchester. They have seen thousands of young people powerfully touched by the Gospel through Higher Manchester. They are running it outside of Manchester for the first time and feel that The Lord has called them to the Midland.
HIGHER MIDLANDS will run across the region, kicking off with bands going into secondary schools between 26th Feb – 15th March. The idea is that these young people then come along to a Gospel Gig at All Nations Church in Wolverhampton on 16th and 17th March where they will be presented with the gospel and we pray thousands will respond.
Once they have made that initial committment, they will be given a Bible, and an App for their phone with contact details of their local church…where they will be welcomed and discipled.
More information will follow…but as Love Walsall Churches, we are obviously very excited by this and would love all the churches in Walsall to get behind Higher. It’s also a great opportunity for our Church Young people to bring their friends to what will be a fantastic event.
Blessings and watch this space.
Tim Summersby (Walsall Community Church)
Walsall Heathlands Mission.
We’re a partnership between Latimer Minster in Buckinghamshire, and the Diocese of Lichfield bringing mission into Blakenall Heath, Leamore and Beechdale.
Night Shelter Walsall
I am hoping that by now you are all aware that there will be a Walsall Night Shelter for ‘rough sleepers’, hopefully opening on Friday 1st December, and every night from 8pm until 9am, seven days a week until the end of February, regardless of weather conditions. A building on Darwall Street, more or less opposite the Civic Centre, although identified has not yet been approved by planning, but hopefully will be within the next week or so.
As we are hopeful that planning permission will be granted, and as some of you had already informed me that you, your church or organisation, wanted to make a donation, I am now circulating a comprehensive list of resources that will be required for the Walsall Night shelter.
As can be seen we are in need of a significant number of items, some small, some large. However, in order to manage the whole process, it will be necessary for sponsors to contact me beforehand before purchasing any of the items so I can keep a tab on the items that is being bought or donated.
In addition, as the building is not yet ready to receive donations and as we have no other storage, can you please hold on to any items you may purchase until further notice.
Walsall Night Shelter News! ******
On Tuesday we launched our ‘Buy a Bed for a Rough Sleeper’ initiative for Walsall Night Shelter! As you maybe aware, YMCA Black Country Group is, once again, delivering Night Shelter provision over the winter months (please pop over to the Walsall Night Shelter FB page for more info!) for rough sleepers in Walsall.
With this is mind, we’re giving people the opportunity to ‘buy a bed’ that a rough sleeper can use over the 3 months that NS will be operational at the Shelter. The idea is that you purchase a folding camp bed from our Amazon Wish List (or you can purchase one from somewhere else if they have a better deal on!) and we will ensure that the beds are used at this year’s Night Shelter for rough sleepers. Unless you would prefer to remain anonymous, we will make sure that your incredibly kind act is recognised and that your name, and a thank you, is put on the bed as we will state: ‘This bed has been purchased by XX for the Walsall Night Shelter 2017/18, helping rough sleepers to be safe, warm and dry’ – or words to that effect (we haven’t fine tuned the wording yet!)
If you can, please help us to start the ball rolling with the resources that we’ll need for this year’s Night Shelter, by taking a look at our ‘Walsall Night Shelter’ Amazon Wish List.
Thank you so much for all your support!
Amazon.co.uk Universal Wishlist for The Glebe Centre.
The Walsall Turning…It’s Harvest Time! (Walsall: Our town; His harvest field)
As we move into this season of harvest I’m reminded of the times over the years that we have called out to The Lord for a Harvest of souls in Walsall!
Working together as The Body of Christ in Walsall, lets continue to encourage one another and remind ourselves that The Lord is on the move in our town and in the hearts of people. Through The Walsall Turning we have:
- prayed for over 3000 people on the streets of Walsall
- seen over 620 people pray to receive Jesus for themselves
- worked together as churches in Walsall to reach out in love
- experienced our town being blessed and the spiritual atmosphere changed
Testimony: One story of encouragement from this week comes from Steve Kirk, who had been asked to pray for a man who was sick. During the conversation Steve discovered that this man had been met on the streets of Walsall, led through a prayer of committment and been ‘born again’. He was clear about what he had done and how that one conversation on the street had impacted his life.
We don’t always know what happens to the seed we sow, but as Paul says in 1 Corinthians 3 v6 ” I planted the seed, Apollos watered it, but God has been making it grow”
So, as The Walsall Turning continues, lets hear the call of Jesus, who said to his disciples in Matthew 9 v37-38 ” The harvest is plentiful but the workers are few. Ask the Lord of the harvest, therefore, to send out workers into His harvest field“…His calling is to pray for workers to go into the harvest!
Blessings Tim Summersby (Leader – Walsall Community Church – Goldmine Centre).
Monthly Prayer Breakfast
On the first Thursday of every month (NB. except January, April, July, October) for a borough wide prayer breakfast at Vines, 33 Lower Hall Lane, Walsall, WS1 1RR. Starts 0700 until 0830. Email Kev & me to book in.
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Last updated 2017 11 30