“We follow Christ and strive to show by example the love of God.
We aim to be a welcoming, caring, worshiping community, reaching out to the needs of all the people of Erdington and beyond.
So, come, whoever you are, join us, to search, to listen, to grow, to laugh, to feel part of something good”
The History of St Barnabas
The Church was badly damaged by fire in 2007, but has now been restored and transformed into a hub for the local community.
The Church is open Monday to Friday in the daytime and all are always welcome to come and visit us. There are church services on Sunday mornings and Wednesday lunchtimes. Our aim is to create an inviting place on the High Street where local people can get together in pleasant surroundings.
The St Barnabas Team
Our great team is made up of employees and a much valued network of volunteers, all of whom work hard to ensure that the Church Centre is always a great place to visit. Our vicar, the Reverend Freda Evans joined St Barnabas on the 19th of June 2008.
The Church Fellowship meet on the third Tuesday of every month at 2 p.m. in the Church Centre. We have an interesting and varied programme, which includes speakers , demonstrations and outings.
Everyone is welcome to join us. If you would like to know more please contact Margaret Hunt: firstname.lastname@example.org
We have both hand bells and bells in the church tower.
The teams’ practice nights are:
Hand bells – Monday 8 pm to 9 pm. at Erdington Methodist Church Centre.
Tower bells – Tuesday 7.45 pm. to 9 pm. in the tower at St Barnabas
If you would like to learn to ring either hand bells or tower bells, please contact Margaret Hunt for further information: email@example.com
Join us, to search, to listen, to grow, to laugh, to feel part of something good.