On Saturday 19th October, the Rector, Stewart Jones, undertook a Stationary Sponsored Walk – walking from 10.00 to 16:00 hours on a treadmill, outside the Church doors. Funds were raised by sponsorship, competition entries (guess how far he would go) and donations. So far, £2,100 has been raised, although further sponsorship monies are still to be collected. The competition was won by Serephine Nyiramimani, who is shown receiving the £100 BULLRING gift card. Well done to Stewart and many thanks to all those who supported him. If you would like to donate, please go to https://mydonate.bt.com/events/howfarwillhego/105305 To view more pictures of the day please visit our Dropbox page.
‘Thy kingdom come, thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven’. This is what we saw on Oct 5th during Healing on the Streets on Edgbaston St by St Martin in the Bull Ring. This is what happened. I’ll start with this one. A gentleman came sat on the chairs to be prayed for his hernia. He said he had been before. First time he was prayed for his ‘reflux’. He was unable to swallow properly and he was healed. The second time he came he had both knees in pain and MRI scan had shown they were really bad. He was prayed for and the pain went and then the doctors could not understand it as the knees were fine. A lady came back for the second time and said that the first time she came she was healed of a ‘thing in her past’. Now she wanted a prayer for a physical condition. As the team prayed she and the team could see an improvement. A lady asked for prayer for her knees which were in pain. She was due to have an operation. She was in tears when she left not because of pain but because of joy