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Pavement Project 20th anniversary

Pavement Project is celebrating its 20th anniversary, and you are invited to join the celebrations!

There’s lots of ways to share in the birthday fun - whether you are meeting physically or online you’ll find plenty of activities, prayers, fun and games to explore the wonder of the transformation that Pavement Project brings to children-at-risk around the world.

Churches and individuals all over the UK support and celebrate Pavement Project, which has enabled us to train more workers, partner with many more organisations, work in more countries, and innovate and improve the technology we use to deliver the project. 

So whether this is the first time you have encountered Pavement project, or whether you have been with us from the very start, or discovered the work along the way, you are so very welcome and we are glad to have your company for this year of celebration!

You are all officially invited to not only help us celebrate this milestone birthday, but also help us continue reaching and supporting children around the world. Join us in celebrating by playing games, eating cake, hearing from the Pavement Project workers first-hand, and more. And eating cake (did we mention that?).

Get your family, your church, or your home group involved and join with pavement Project supporters, workers, trainers, friends, prayers, givers, and most of all, the children in giving thanks to God for these twenty years, and for the years ahead.

Join in the fun with the activities and games below, and with your family, friends, churches, and small groups, find out how Pavement Project can transform a child's life. Don't forget to let us know how you get on!

 

“Maybe you are wondering how 45 minutes of pictures and familiar stories can really help a child who’s been raped, or who is HIV-positive, or whose parents have disowned them. But I have come to know that because God is in these stories and pictures, and at the centre of the whole process, Pavement Project created an opportunity for the Holy Spirit to come in and touch that child’s life, right where it hurts. God can change how that child feels about what happened, which ripples out to affect how they behave and interact with others, and so each ripple continues.”

Joanna Wakia, former Pavement Project Coordinator for East Africa.

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