Welcome to St. Martin’s in the Bull Ring

“All praise to God, the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, who has blessed us with every spiritual blessing in the heavenly realms because we are united with Christ.”

Ephesians 1 v3

Welcome to St. Martin in the Bull Ring. Thank you for visiting our website. We are making modifications to this site so please be patient if you are not able to access all the information. Alternatively do feel free to send your enquiry to office@bullring.org

Our building is open to all visitors from noon till 5pm on Tuesday to Friday; and noon till 4pm on Saturday and Sunday. All are welcome – please do come in to pray, to light a candle, to find some peace, and to enjoy our beautiful building. Please follow the link below to find out times and details for worship at St. Martin’s.

Covid precautions: on entering the building you can register with NHS Track and Trace and hand sanitizer will be made available. We are blessed with a large well ventilated building with plenty of space to distance from others. However, when the building is busy – such as during times of worship – we encourage visitors to wear face masks while moving around the building, and if joining in with the singing.

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Are you new to St. Martin’s? Get service times, directions and more information on our About Us page

To learn about the history and architecture of the church visit our Heritage page.

Find out more about what’s on, events, courses and groups on our Community page.


Welcome to St Martin in the Bull Ring

Welcome to St. Martin in the Bull Ring. Thank you for visiting our website. In support of the government’s efforts to contain the coronavirus, St. Martin’s building is only open for a limited programme of services and times for prayer – any changes to this position will be set out in the updates below. If you would like to join us for worship please visit St Martin's YouTube Channel .

If you would like prayer for yourself or someone you know, or if you would like some practical assistance, please contact our Rector Jeremy .

If you would like to make a donation to support the ministry of St. Martin’s please click on the button below.

Now may our Lord Jesus Christ himself and God our Father, who loved us and by his grace gave us eternal comfort and a wonderful hope, comfort you and strengthen you in every good thing you do and say.
2 Thessalonians 2 v16-17

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