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BE ME Project July Update

posted 11 Jul 2019, 05:47 by Crossways Dorking

What a privilege inviting the 'Never Alone' tour to Dorking...



What amazing week with 'The Lily-Jo project' speaking at the Priory and Ashcombe schools. They brought an inspiring message of how to have positive mental health.  It was engaging and 'on point' tackling issues that young people face today. They spoke to over 1400 young people over the 2 days in Dorking. 




Our thanks goes to St Paul's church for hosting the evening event for girls. It was a fun gig with pic'n'mix, face glitter, dingy boppers, festival bands and a creative pom pom photo booth.  Lily-Jo and Moses were such a hit bringing their music & dance.  Many girls came from the schools and some who already attend local churches. We also had some girls visiting from Worthing.




We had 2 sixth form girls from the Priory school join us for the evening gig, having watched the performance at school in the day,  Lily-Jo and Moses invited them to join as dancers in the evening. They were amazing and it was nice for them to be given such a fantastic opportunity.  We were so proud watching them bring their own freestyle dance to the stage.  


We had a message brought to us by our very own Louise, who shared about her own journey of mental health, she read out the poem 'Footprints in the sand'.  God really moved and some of the girls responded with prayer and ask Jesus into their lives. 


Each girl was given a beautiful cross made by Caz Bond with a verse attached to it declaring the love of God. 




Our thanks goes to all the helpers, especially Steve Henwood who enabled this event to happen, those that donated or raised money for the event.  Thanks also to Clarion and Dorking local people who supported the schools events.  










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