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What is the Great Stories Project?

The Great Stories from the North East project is part of the Methodist Church Year of Testimony 2019/20 — inspired by the young people at 3Generate. We believe that God is at work in all of us and that we each have a story to tell. In 2019/20 we want to offer the opportunity to tell these stories and celebrate what God is doing in the lives of people in our region. We are beginning to collect stories which will inspire and encourage people as we share them throughout the Year of Testimony. A small selection will be published in booklet form in September 2019, and others will be shared throughout the year using a variety of media.

What are the Project Aims?

By the end of the Year of Testimony we hope to have built up a huge collection of stories of God at work, and also to have inspired everyone in the region to share their own story!

Can I Share My Story?

If you would like to share your story with us, and perhaps get it published in our September booklet, please follow this link to fill out an online form. If you have questions, or would like more information, contact the Great Stories team: greatstoriesne@gmail.com

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