Welcome to St Martin in the Bull Ring

Welcome to the St Martin in the Bull Ring website. We are a Christian community seeking to discover the heart of God in the heart of the city of Birmingham. We believe that the Christian faith is about exploration and life. Through prayer, worship and reading the Bible we endeavour to find ways to live out our faith in service to those in need and in fellowship with those who are part of the community. Being a part of St Martin's is both an adventure and a challenge and we are delighted to welcome everyone to join us. Whether that is through coming to one of our services or events or through this website it doesn't matter. What matters is getting involved. Stewart Jones, Rector.

Healing on the Streets (HOTS) – May 2015 update

  At ST Martins on 4th April during our Healing on the Streets session,  a young man with no English and chronic pain in his upper arm was so astonished to be healed that he shouted in amazement, causing quite a disturbance! Only God could have done such a miracle… As you can se
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Spring Craft Fair

Craft Fair – 16th May – 10am to 4.30pm Craft Fair – 16th May from 10-4.30pm in the church. Stalls include jams, cakes and cookies, jewellery, wood Icons, hair accessories, artwork, cards, christian prints and cards, hats, candles etc Free entry, all are welcome so pl
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Called to Care

Called to Care One of the three main thrusts of our vision strategy is to ‘create a culture of care within the congregation’, so we all help to “take care of each other”. The Care Forum recently organised a training course which was attended by 24 members of the church.  Mark and Stel
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Healing on the Streets (HOTS) March 2015 update

HOTS March 2015   Every time we go out onto Edgbaston St, before we start distributing leaflets offering prayers for passers-by, we kneel down by the chairs and pray asking for God’s presence and his power to be manifested in that area. On March 7th we experienced his presence li
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