Teacher? Lecturer? Early Years Practitioner? School pupil or student? Got children or grand children returning to school or college after the summer holiday? Whether you are looking forward with anticipation or feeling anxious, drop in for an individual prayer to ask God to bless you and your family and in your coming academic year. Wednesday 29th August 2018 Between 10am -12pm & 1pm – 3pm
We are excited to announce that we will once again be hosting Heritage Forum Open Days from Thursday 13th – Saturday 15th September 2018. It is free to enter there will be opportunities to come in for tours of the St Martin’s Church and our famous Bell Tower. More details to follow in due course…..!
Organ Prelude: Ut queant laxis (Flor Peeters) Introit: “Canite tuba” (Giovanni Perluigi da Palestrina) Psalm 9 verses 9 – 20 Magnificat & Nunc Dimittis in G (Charles Villiers Stanford) Anthem: “This is the record of John” (Orlando Gibbons) Organ Voluntary: Ut queant laxis (Jean Titelouze)
Organ Prelude: Jesu dulcis memoria (Henry Walford Davies) Introit: “Day by day” (Martin How) Psalm 138 Magnificat & Nunc Dimittis in C (Henry Walford Davies) Anthem: “Out of the deep” (Thomas Tomkins) Organ Voluntary: Gloria tibi Trinitas (Thomas Tomkins)
Want to show your love for your family, your friends and the area where you live? Then why not join us in 11 days of prayer from Ascension Day to Pentecost (10th – 20th May 20018) Connect with God at our prayer stations, light a candle in the prayer chapel and leave your requests on the prayer tree. 10.00am – 4.00pm All Welcome!
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