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#WeAreGB125 tour update

20 Apr 2017

The #WeAreGB125 tour continues its journey across the GB regions, recently visiting Durham, Southport, and Reading. 

Designed to provide volunteers with the opportunity to explore how they can play a part in 2018, the tour contains lots of opportunity for sharing ideas and experiences. In their time together, volunteers are able to gather together to reflect upon the hope that Jesus brings, and how they can be sharing this with others through the #WeAreGB125 anniversary project.

District Team Leader for Yorkshire Dawn Webster says ‘It was a great day - I’m really enthused about #WeAreGB125. As a district, it really made us think about how we can share hope with our girls in 2018.’

During March, the tour went to Regions 1, 2 and 9, and saw volunteers engage with advice and ideas for the Give Hope, Build Hope and Celebrate Hope challenges that make up #WeAreGB125.

GB’s Mission Co-ordinator Hannah Field shares ‘It’s been a real privilege to spend time with volunteers, and to hear stories of how lives are being impacted through GB! It’s exciting to think of how God is going to use them, the children and young people, to raise hope in 2018 - and beyond.’

With just one region left to visit, the #WeAreGB125 tour will be going to Walsall (Region 3), on Saturday 29 April 2017. 

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