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.

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Advent Quiet Time. A short, reflective service.

  Join us for three Tuesdays in December for a short, 30 minute service. There will be a reading, space for quiet reflection and a prayer of blessing to end. In the midst of all the Christmas preparations, come and find peace and joy with God. Tuesday 5th December 2017      2pm T
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poster Christmas Special Christmas Services 2017   Sunday 3rd December West Midlands Fire Service Carols                    4.30pm Sunday 10th December Jazz Carols                                                          4.30pm Sunday 17th December Christmas Carol Service             
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All Age Service

Come and join us for an accessible, less formal service as together, young and old, we learn more about Jesus, King of the world.  All welcome!
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Student and Young Adult Group Meets this Sunday

Our Student and Young Adult Group meets this Sunday at church at 12.30pm.  Come and join us for a time of Bible Study, prayer, food and chat in a friendly, gentle and thoughtful environment.  All welcome.
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Thank you for taking part in our consultation about our new Rector

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.
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Hundredth Anniversary

At the very start of the Great War, in August 1914, the city of Birmingham asked for a thousand volunteers to form a battalion for the coming conflict. Within days, enough men stepped forward to form 1st, 2nd and 3rd City of Birmingham Battalions, 14th, 15th and 16th Battalions of the
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