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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
HSBC UK Let’s Ride Birmingham takes place this Sunday 9th June 2018. Please allow extra time for your journey to church as many of the roads will be closed around our building from 6:00am – 8:00pm. Full details on their website: http://bit.ly/2WrT1WP and road closures can be fou
Join us for a day of Prayer and Fasting for People and Places this Friday 24th May. We will be praying for our city. We will be praying for our diocese. We will be offering ourselves as living stones. There will be services of simple prayer held in the side chapel at 8am and 6pm. The
We hold our monthly all age worship service this Sunday 26th May 2019. Come and be part of our community as we sing, pray, read the Bible and learn together. Everybody is welcome as we continue the sermon series – ‘Unexpected Encounters with Jesus’ This week the theme is ‘On the
Join us for the Cadbury Lectures with renowned theologian Miroslav Volf from 28 – 30 May 2019. The Edward Cadbury centre and Department of Theology and Religion at the University of Birmingham would like to warmly invite you to the upcoming Edward Cadbury Lectures with Professor
Smithfield Development at the Bullring is set to bring a new public square, leisure, shops, 2,000 homes and a vibrant market. CIGB Workplace Chaplaincy and St Martins in the Bullring have had Markets Chaplains for decades. Does development mark continuity for the Markets or something