Prayer and worship

HRH The Duke of Edinburgh   1921 – 2021

God of our lives,

we give thanks for the life of Prince Philip,

for his love of our country,

and for his devotion to duty.

We entrust him now to your love and mercy,

through our Redeemer Jesus Christ. Amen.

(Photo courtesy of the Press Association)

For those who would like to sign and leave a message online, there is a national book of condolence on the Church of England website at this link

 

Thank you for visiting our website and supporting us.

Online and in church worship – for details please check the Church Services page

 

Our Harbour Cafe will be back open on Tuesday 18th May at 10.00am! For details click here 

 

A bit of church centre background….

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.

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, you can view our statement here: SAFEGUARDING – St. Barnabas

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

Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust