We are delighted that St. Martin in the Bull Ring has been included in the Winter Wonders trail around the southside of Birmingham city centre. Our theme is ‘Do not be afraid for everyday angels are among us’.Winter Wonders is a map based trail, created by the people of Birmingham – a fun, free and safe activity for children and families to enjoy over the Christmas season.To follow the trail and join the adventure, click on the image above to link to the WW website, download the special map, and start your search. There are 20 window displays to find. Enjoy the Winter Wonders trail!!
Celebrating the birth of Jesus, Emmanuel, ‘God with us’ is one of the most exciting and uplifting moments of the year. This Christmas season we invite you to join us for our Christmas worship at St. Martin in the Bull Ring as well as in Radiant Church to give thanks to God for the gift of His Son, Jesus Christ. Please join us for any of the following services: Sunday 20th December Our Christingle service at 10.30am. Thursday 24th December – Christmas Eve A service of carols and readings at noon and repeated at 4pmChristmas Eve Holy Communion at 11.30pm Friday 25th December – Christmas Day An all-age service of Holy Communion at 10.30am Sunday 27th December Christmas Holy Communion at 10.30am In addition to our services in church, our worship for Sunday 20th December, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day will be available online on the St. Martin in the Bull Ring page on YouTube. To view all our services posted to YouTube please click on the image above. “I bring you
St. Martin in the Bull Ring usually has the privilege of hosting a carol service on behalf of the West Midlands Fire Service. As this was not possible this year, the service has been produced online with contributions from across the whole West Midlands staff, the Fire Service Band, Mayfield School and our Rector, Jeremy, linking the whole thing together. To view the service on YouTube click on the image above.
Worship at St. Martin in the Bull Ring Following on from the government’s health announcements on Monday, it has now been confirmed by the Archbishops that public worship should cease. So there will no acts of worship held at St. Martin in the Bull Ring until further notice. We are very sad at not being able to gather for worship but we must do everything we can to support our government and health services to address the COVID-19 pandemic. Following the advice of our Archbishops, at St. Martin in the Bull Ring our church building will remain open for prayer between 10am-4pm, and Sundays 9.30am till 1pm. we will be offering practical help and telephone support for those who are vulnerable and self-isolating to help keep us connected, and rooted in prayer and worship, St. Martin’s will be offering simple acts of worship which will be available on YouTube. further resources for prayer, worship and encouragement can be sourced from the Church of England website – https://www.churcho
Following on from the government’s health announcements yesterday, and instructions received from the Archbishops of Canterbury and York today, St Martin in the Bull Ring will cease all public acts of worship until further notice. The church building will remain open during the daytime for personal prayer. Please see below for full details – more to follow in the coming days! #COVID2019 #calltoprayer
Worship for the season of Lent at St. Martin in the Bull Ring Every Sunday at 9.30, 11.00, 5.00 Every Tuesday and Thursday at 12.30 w/c 1 March ‘Come, follow me’ 8 March ‘Everything is possible with God’ 15 March ‘What do you want me to do for you’ 22 March ‘I came to seek and to save the lost’ 29 March ‘My good and faithful servant’ 5 April ‘Who is this?’ Bible study for the season of Lent at St. Martin in the Bull Ring Journey with Jesus to Jerusalem Come and join us as we study some of the stories from Jesus’ journey to Jerusalem and the cross. All are welcome – Wednesday’s at 7pm at the church. Wed 4 March ‘Come, follow me’ 11 March ‘Everything is possible with God’ 18 March ‘What do you want me to do for you’ 25 March ‘I came to seek and to save the lost’ 1 April ‘My good and faithful servant’
Discerning Direction Worship at St. Martin in the Bull Ring for New Year and Epiphany Every Sunday@9.30 11.00 5.00 Every Tuesday and Thursday@12.30 w/c Sunday 5 January O Lord teach me your paths w/c Sunday 12 January A threefold vision w/c Sunday 19 January Hospitality and Welcome w/c Sunday 26 January A people and place of prayer w/c 2 February Candlemas
Busy? Stressed? Ready for something more? Short services on the themes of light, hope and peace, with a Bible reading, prayer and blessing. Join us for our Advent Meditations starting next Tuesday at 2.15pm. #advent #followthestar #christmas2019 #adventmeditations