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Would you like someone to pray for you?
Perhaps you would like prayer because you are not feeling well, you’re depressed, you are looking for a new job, you need to find somewhere to live or you know someone else who is in need of prayer.
Maybe you would like to say thank you to God for something special or just for the blessings of everyday life.
If you would like us to pray for you – and with you – please send your prayer request by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org and we promise to join you in prayer to the LORD.
Don’t worry about anything; instead, pray about everything.
Tell God what you need, and thank him for all he has done.
Philippians 4 v6
After prayerful consideration, it has been decided to temporarily close our building for worship and prayer. We appreciate this decision will be disappointing and frustrating for some but our concern is to support the government in restricting the spread of the coronavirus, and encouraging us all to stay at home.
This decision will be under constant review and as soon as it feels sufficiently safe and appropriate will once more re-open the building for worship and prayer.
Please join us in praying:
for our nation and the world;
for our health services and care workers;
for all who continue to work for our benefit;
for those who are unwell and those who are bereaved.
In the meantime, you can continue to join us for worship each week on the St. Martin in the Bull Ring page on YouTube – just click on the image below.
Each week there are three opportunities to join us for prayer via Zoom:
Mondays 9.30am – Morning Prayer
Wednesdays 9.00pm – Compline/Night Prayer
Fridays at 12.30pm – Lunchtime Prayer
If you would like to receive information on how to join us on Zoom then please send an e-mail to email@example.com and we can send you the details.
All are welcome to join us.
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 4pm
Christmas 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 good news that will bring great joy to all people.
The Saviour —yes, the Messiah, the Lord—has been born today
in Bethlehem, the city of David!
And you will recognize him by this sign:
You will find a baby wrapped snugly in strips of cloth,
and lying in a manger.”
“Glory to God in highest heaven,
and peace on earth to those with whom God is pleased.”
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.
During the present lockdown it is not possible to hold worship in the church building, but we continue to post new acts of worship each week on the St. Martin in the Bull Ring page on YouTube.
To join us for worship and to view previous online services just click on the image above.
During the present lockdown restrictions, St. Martin in the Bull Ring will be open for private prayer during the following times:
Please feel free to come in to the church during these times, find a quiet space to pray, and light a candle if you wish.
Many people have many preconceptions about God and especially the God Christians supposedly believe in. Many of our ideas about God we have inherited, absorbed or assumed – often influenced by art and culture, popular myth or family tradition.
But who is God? What do Christians actually believe about God?
The Bible says if we want to know what God is like we need to consider Jesus – his words, his actions, his character, his choices etc. Jesus loved to tell stories and in many of those stories he helps us to understand more about God and what God is really like. Throughout August we will be looking at several of those stories to discover all sorts of surprising truths about our unexpected God. Join us in church or online as we explore the following:
Our Unexpected God
…..invites us to a party – Luke 14 v15-24
…..looks for the lost – Luke 15 v1-7
…..longs for us to come home – Luke 15 v11-24
…..gives us a second chance – Luke 13 v6-9
…..gives good things – Luke 11 v5-13
Also if you would like to find out more about who God is then please e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org