We hold our monthly all age worship service this Sunday 24th February 2019. Come and be part of our community as we sing, pray, read the Bible and learn together. Everybody is welcome as we continue the sermon series – ‘Financial Good News – what the bible says about money’ Christina Brown will be preaching on the theme ‘Who do we trust with our money? – God is our provider and can be trusted’
‘Come and join us at our next Student and Young Adult gathering as we explore Christian Living through Bible study, discussion and prayer.’ Sign up here: https://birminghamparish.churchsuite.co.uk/events/rpmo7alv
For Everyone! Our first all age worship service of 2019 takes place on Sunday 27th January 2019. Come and be part of our community as we sing, pray, read the Bible and learn together. Everybody is welcome.
I am still working hard to live the Advent season at home, every day. Have a look at one of the things I’ve been up to recently on my blog: It seems as if it was just yesterday that the season of Advent was beginning, and yet here were are, almost at its end. It would be easy for me to relax now and get caught up in all the excitement of last minute preparations – Christmas is so close, isn’t it? And I’ve been blessed to have already attended a couple of Christmas gatherings with friends or family. It’s often at this time of year that I get to spend extended time chatting and doing quizzes with those who are important to me. But, I have also been aware of moments of creeping panic. There has been panic about presents, (what do you buy for an Uncle who doesn’t need anything?), about cards (I missed the second class post deadline, yet again!) and about food (what if nobody likes my cooking, will it ruin their day?) I know in my head that these things a
Rector of Birmingham – St Martin’s in the Bull Ring The City of Birmingham is proud of its diversity of culture and ethnicity, of social, and age groups. St Martin’s seeks to reflect and to develop that diversity, and the opportunities that it presents, in its life and worship, and in the ministry of welcome and service. St Martin’s is prominent in the redeveloped and busy City Centre, standing between the Bull Ring Shopping Centre and the Markets, and alongside bus and train routes. People are drawn to St Martin’s – on Sundays and every day – from the wide Birmingham region and beyond. The Leaders and the people of St Martin’s look forward to welcoming, and to worshipping and working with, the Priest appointed as Rector who will:• have a sound parochial record of some seniority, pastoral warmth and sensitivity, and the ability and experience to manage a complex institution• lead and develop St Martin’s worship, congregational life, prayer, teaching, evan
We are well underway with our search for a new Rector for St Martin’s Church. Our consultation process has now closed. We received an amazing 230 responses to our consultation to inform our ‘Parish Profile’. Thank you to everyone who took part.
Our Parish Boundary walk last Sunday was great fun. The sun shone as we walked and stopped at various places to pray. The picnic was a most welcome end to our time together. A big thank you to Christina and Mike for organising it. If you missed it, hope to see you the next time!