Sunday Night Live was started in Costa Coffee Loughborough by BBC broadcaster Johnny Kinch, since then it has spread across the nation and is currently in Costa Coffee, Starbucks, Caffe Nero and best independent cafes.
Hosted by a group of Christians from each locality, Sunday Night Live and its new week-night spin off Live Lounge simply aim to build a community of people who enjoy coffee, cakes and live music with a twist of faith.
Johnny Kinch says: “I started Sunday Night Live as a result of having a life changing experience. I felt there was a real need to reach out to those around me and wanted to do it in a way that was entertaining and enjoyable.”
How do churches get involved? It’s easy to start a SNL venue of your own, find out more here. Sunday Night Live and Live Lounge work with Costa Coffee, Starbucks, Caffé Nero and the best independant cafe’s in that order of priority around the country, and partnering with SNL means that you too can have instant access to your chosen coffee shop and could be reaching your community within weeks! You don’t need to approach the store direct as SNL do that on your behalf and all the hard work of building up a relationship from scratch has already been done at a higher level. All you have to do is reap the benefits, one of them being a free venue! With SNL you have a tailor made marketing package which is set up in store all year round and they will supply you with professionally designed SNL and LL advertising after your first night so you can print locally in future. If you’re a Christian looking for a good evening out and a safe place to take a non-Christian friend, try an SNL near you.