Stay safe everyone

CORONOVIRUS:  Please note that due to recent circumstances the Church and Centre is now completely closed, including Sunday’s, until further notice.  It’s important that we all follow Government advice and guidelines at all times and take care of each other.  Stay safe everyone.

We’re listing here activities and services which people may find helpful during this time.

Our new vicar on YouTube

Welcome to our new vicar!  The Rev. Emma Sykes has been appointed as the new vicar here at St. Barnabas.  You can view her introductory message on YouTube by clicking here

Emma also posts prayers and reflections on YouTube.

To view Emma’s Pentecost Sunday Service for 31st May, please click here

Also, at 6.30pm this evening, Sunday 31st May, Churches Together in Erdington will be live streaming an ecumenical Pentecost Service.  You can follow the Service by clicking here

To view Emma’s Service from the 7th Sunday of Easter please click here

To view Emma’s Service from Sunday 17th May, please click here


Daily Hope Phone Line:  The Church of England has set up a FREE phone line for anyone who would like to listen to hymns, reflections and prayers to help them through these current times.  The number to call is:0800 804 8044. The line is open 24 hours a day.

Advice and assistance website: The Active Wellbeing Society has a link on their website to help people in need. For further information please visit

There’s also a link on the same website for people looking for local volunteering opportunities.

Telephone Bereavement Ministry Support: The Church of England Birmingham has set up a dedicated phone line offering 1-2-1 pastoral support and prayer for bereaved people.  The number is 0121 426 0405.  For further details please click the following: CofE Telephone Bereavement Pastoral Ministry Service

WORSHIP AT HOME:  The Church of England Birmingham offers some suggested morning and evening prayers for those who would like to worship at home.  To find them click here

Personal prayer resources and scripture readings for the Covid-19 situation are also available from the Church of England website here



St. Barnabas Church Centre literally is a building that ‘rose from the ashes’. Why? Well, more information about our fantastic transformation can be found on this website, but to summarise the tale, a bad fire destroyed the heart of the original church in 2007 and its future was uncertain.

Thankfully, our destiny was shaped by a combination of finance and investment coupled with human drive, determination and the will of local people to rebuild and create the Centre we have today.

The joy is that we now offer multi-purpose facilities with the church of St. Barnabas living on as a place of solace, worship and hope, plus the added facilities of a delightful café and high-quality meeting spaces for hire including a fantastic conference room. It really is a place for people to use and enjoy.

Our Holy Communion Services are on a Sunday at 10.30am and Wednesday at 10.30am and everyone’s welcome. For further details please go to the Church section.

Please do get in touch if you can’t find the information you are looking for on our website or if you would like to talk to us further about our facilities, the work we do or how you or your business or organisation could link with us.

Safeguarding: For information regarding the safeguarding of children and adults in the church, please view our statement here: SAFEGUARDING

Amazing venue, amazing staff, amazing food! Everything we need is always ready on hand.

Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust