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!!
St Martin in the Bull Ring are pleased to be working with the very talented Photographer Verity Milligan to provide photographs for the Website and other church communication. Verity’s work can be seen here http://www.veritymilliganphotography.com/ And her wonderful pictures of Birmingham http://www.veritymilliganphotography.com/#/birmingham/
SILENT VOICES 9th March to 6th April Open 10.00 to 4.30 daily St Martin in the Bull Ring, Edgbaston St, B5 5BB A thought-provoking photography exhibition showing everyday life in the village of Bil’in in the Occupied West Bank of Palestine as seen through the eyes of the children who live there.
Friday Lunctime Concert Diary 2015 Friday Lunchtime Concert Diary 12.30 – 1.00pm (some concerts may run to 1.15pm) St Martin in the Bull Ring Admission is FREE and all are welcome 13th February 2015 Ting Ting Yao Piano Solo 13th March 2015 Ting Ting Yao & Friends Piano Solo 20th March 2015 Lucy Morton Quartet 10th April 2015 Hannah Woollacott Classical Guitar 17th April 2015 Ruta Labutyte Unaccompanied Violin 24th April 2015 TBC 15th May 2015 Simone Damiani Piano 22nd May 2015 Alastair Wright Piano Trio 5th June 2015 Alison Loram Piano Trio 19th June 2015 Benjamin Hill Saxophone 10th July 2015 Anna Downes and Tony Bridgewater Violin Recital 17th July 2015 Clare Jones Piano *Concert in collaboration with Birmingham Conservatoire, Birmingham City University For more information contact the Parish Office Photo: Crazybobbles, flickr
Yesterday I set up a prayer activity in our prayer chapel. I asked people to think of One Good Thing, thank God for the blessing, write it on a (pre-cut) flower and hang it on the tree. Just a day later the tree is covered in wonderful blessings. My favourite today is Mommy and Daddy love each other. What a blessing, however old we are! And a blessing, like so many of them, which we might take for granted unless its taken away from us. I thought perhaps that you, our website visitors might like to join us by using the ‘comments’ link and adding your own ‘One Good Thing’. You are welcome to add one each day and use it as an opportunity to count your blessings, even on days when there seems so much difficulty you can look for something simple to be thankful for. I have repeated some which have been posted on our tree, they are all anonymous and on public view: Im alive, thankyou! I got together with my misus and we’re still together after 7 years I got an