We are a friendly and growing church in the south of Birmingham Diocese and on the edge of the beautiful Lickey Hills. We have two church buildings and a modern and well used Parish Centre. We aim to be inclusive of all ages, and have a range of lively children's and young people's groups. We also aim to be outward looking, both to the local community and to the worldwide church, and have strong ties with several parts of Africa.
There is a wide range of services, from the contemporary to the traditional, and you will find a warm welcome at them all. We also offer a variety of midweek groups for all ages, and a range of courses for anyone wanting to explore the Christian faith. Please check out the rest of this site to find out more.
On 31st October, church member Stuart Whitby flies to Nepal for 5 months with the charity Soapbox Trips. He will be using his IT skills to help train young people. To raise funds, Stuart climbed Snowdon on August 20th. To sponsor him go to his fundraising page at www.gofundme.com/missiontriptoNepal or sign the form in church.
There is a network of small groups which meet in homes around the parish. They are an opportunity to get to know people more deeply, discuss matters of faith together, learn from the Bible, and support one another in prayer and practical ways.
Many parents with pre-school children value the opportunity to meet new people during the week. Talk Together offers just that chance, every Tuesday during term time, 12.30-2.00pm in the Parish Centre Lounge.
This is a group for men and women who have reached or who are nearing retirement, enjoy meeting new people and learning new things. There is a programme of monthly meetings usually with a guest speaker, a variety of walks, outings and visits.
The diocese of Birmingham is sharing in a new initiative called ‘Love your Neighbour’, aimed at drawing together people from communities of different faiths and none by showing simple acts of kindness towards our neighbour, especially those who are different from us. You can join in by doing something kind today! See details at www.loveyourneighbour.org.