Finding Out About Christianity

Whether you’re exploring Christianity, have recently become a Christian, or have been a Christian for many years, we provide lots of opportunities that are suitable for everyone. Like stations on a train journey, you can stop at the one that is most appropriate for your needs at that time.

Who is Jesus

This is a four week course looking at the Person of Jesus. The sessions follow a very simple format allowing people to ask questions and to try and understand more of the real person of Jesus. The sessions cover the following topics:

  • What do we know about Jesus?
  • What did he say and do?
  • Why did he come?
  • What difference does he make to me?

This course is designed for people who are exploring the faith or who want to know more. It is not the final answer in all things about Jesus but it is a good place to start. Courses are run three times a year.

Emmaus

A course for those who have done the “Who is Jesus Course?” and now want to discover more. The course is held in small 4 to 6 weeks blocks and will give you the opportunity to deepen your understanding of Christian living and discipleship. The courses are held on Wednesday evenings and we meet in the Tea Lounge at St Martin’s.

Growing Leaders

A course developed by CPAS and one which is designed to help people grow in confidence in their own Christian leadership ability and to help discover their God given calling. This course is for those who are committed Christians and who are or who want to begin to be more involved in the life of St Martin’s. The course runs from September to June.

If you are interested in finding out more about any of these courses, please speak to a member of the Clergy or contact the Parish Office.

The Church of England

St. Martin’s is a Church of England parish in the diocese of Birmingham. Within the city centre we have a strong link with St. Philip’s Cathedral. If you would like to know more about the Church of England please visit their website.

If you are interested in know which parish you live in and would like to find out more information about your local church please visit A Church Near You.