The event 'Lights Will Guide You Home' will see many of the one hundred and thirty projects connected by CNI Network gather in the communities they serve by torchlight for prayer and celebration.
Anne Connelly, the coordinator of Redcar Beacons, explains, "The death of Lynne Freeman & Jodie, in such a manner, has caused shock waves in our community and many people are struggling to make sense of it. Lynne was one of our ﬁrst volunteers and was well known in the night time economy. Our teams of volunteers are themselves shocked but are also being approached to listen to people who need to talk. This evening will be a fitting memorial to a lady who invested herself into the nightlife of Redcar"
People are invited to join the event which will be held from 10pm until 11pm on Redcar High Street in front of the old clock with similar events to be held across the UK by Street and Club Angel teams.
Redcar Beacons patrol the streets of Redcar on Friday and Saturday evenings helping those who are or could become vulnerable. The team, which Lynne was a valued part of, are a respected and welcome asset to the night-time community of Redcar and have contributed to a reduction in anti-social behaviour and helped to make the town a safer place to visit. They are part of Christian Nightlife Initiatives Network who support one hundred and thirty similar projects across the UK and overseas.
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