Tell It is back, bringing you another night of spoken word, music and poetry from young adults across the London District. And this time, it's LIVE!
Performances will cover a variety of Christian themes that reflect the personal experiences of young adults across London's Methodist churches.
There will be testimony, there will be praise, there will be stories of journeys to, and walks with God. Come for the fun or come for the fellowship. Either way you won't be disappointed.
*Please note that the views expressed at this event are those of the individual performer(s) and are offered as a contribution to the life and work of the Church. They do not necessarily represent the beliefs or theology of the Methodist Church in Britain, nor are they to be taken as statements from the Methodist Conference.
Zoe Oppong Anorso
Zoe is a member of Kilburn Methodist Church and part of the Woven Planning Team. She is a powerhouse of activity who describes herself as an outgoing introvert with a passion for Christian community. When she is not at work, you’ll find her disturbing some poor soul about some theological conundrum or just chilling with her peeps.
Because of his love for music, James developed interest in playing the piano, organ and drums. He sings classical and gospel songs. He is a member of various choir groups where he sings tenor/baritone and also as an organist. He is a fun person to be around with a very positive attitude towards life. James has recently released an album called “I can do all things” and will also be releasing a single titled “Unstoppable”.
Terms and conditions:
*Please note that this event will be recorded for use on our website and various social media channels. You will be asked to provide consent when registering. If you do not want to be captured in any footage, please register as a non-recorded attendee.
*Designated seating will be provided for those who do not wish to be recorded. Please ensure you tick the appropriate box when registering to attend this event.
*Under 18s are welcome, however, parental consent to attend must be provided as some material may be unsuitable for under 18s. Upon registering an email address for a parent or guardian must be provided and a consent form will be sent to this email address.