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Celebrate your youth ministry on Limitless Sunday

LIMITLESS, Elim's national youth ministry, is asking Elim churches to celebrate their young people and youth teams on LIMITLESS SUNDAY.

Joining Elim churches across the nations, imagine what could happen when you celebrate the young people and the youth leaders in your church on Sunday 18 February 2018, (or whenever you can!)

“Your Limitless Sunday could be as simple as taking a moment in the service to pray for the young people or as much as running a full youth-led service,” says Tim Alford, National Director of Limitless.

“Limitless Sunday is about championing youth ministry in the local church, celebrating the hard-working volunteers who make local youth ministries happen; it's about sharing stories of the things God is doing in the lives of the young people and it's about declaring that church is multi-generational, where all ages are welcome and important.”

“However you choose to run your Limitless Sunday, I’m praying it would be a great moment for your whole church family,” Tim concluded.

To assist churches in hosting a Limitless Sunday, a guidebook has been produced by Limitless which includes ideas of how to create and run your event. This free resource includes an example service and message outline is available on the Limitless website at limitlesselim.co.uk/limitlesssunday.

Register your interest in hosting a Limitless Sunday and start planning now how you can make this a significant moment for your Elim church family.

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