Starting on Pentecost, Sunday 23rd May, St. Martin in the Bull Ring will be resuming worship at 9.30am and 11am.Each Sunday, the 9.30am worship will be a more formal service of holy communion.11am worship is more informal with slightly different services throughout each month:1st Sunday: holy communion2nd Sunday: morning worship3rd Sunday: holy communion4th Sunday: all-age worshipIt will be possible to view the 11am worship via live-stream on Zoom.For more information on any of the above please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.orgWe hope to post information about the resumption of our Sunday activities for children and young people in the church building in the coming weeks.
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.
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
While Sunday worship has resumed in the church building, we acknowledge for some people it remains much safer to stay at home to worship. So each Sunday we will continue to upload worship services to the St. Martin in the Bull Ring page on YouTube. These services are posted each Sunday but are available at any time. Please come and join us!
Each Sunday, at 10.30am, there will be a simple service of Holy Communion at St. Martin’s. However our online worship will continue on the St. Martin in the Bull Ring page on YouTube, but for those without access to online worship this is an opportunity to gather for said worship, with scriptures, simple sermon, prayers of intercession, and sharing in communion.
Every Thursday and Saturday, between 1-4pm, St. Martin in the Bull Ring is partially open for private prayer. Right in the city centre of Birmingham, come and find a place of peace and rest where you can quietly pray, reflect or meditate. You may wish to light a candle in our prayer chapel. In order for us all to stay healthy and safe, please follow the guidance of our volunteer team.