Knife crime in Wolverhampton - a community's response

As we reflect on the impact the Peace on Our Streets campaign could have on our nation, Rachel Matthews our regional correspondent spent the afternoon in Wolverhampton speaking to Revd Christopher Collins and Councillor Beverley Momembadi about how the  community is responding locally to the knife and violent crimes that have been committed over recent months.

Tens of thousands of young people are caught up in criminal activity and violence every year. The recent upsurge in knife crime is both terrifying and heartbreaking. It’s time now for Christians to fight this battle with prayer.​

Be a light in the darkness. Pray along with thousands of Christians for the young people in your town or borough. Sign up now and let's cover the map with people praying for Peace on our Streets.

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