All welcome at our times of prayer and worship

Sunday Holy Communion – following the latest Government guidelines, we can now hold Sunday Holy Communion in church.  Advent 2 Holy Communion Service is on Sunday 6th December at 10.30am   As numbers are limited, please ensure you book a place to attend.  Details are on the Church Services page.

Please note: in the unfortunate event that you feel unwell and think you may have Coronovirus symptoms, we ask that you don’t come to the church but stay at home and seek medical advice.

Online worship: the Church Services page has details of our online prayer and worship.  The Sunday Holy Communion Service will be livestreamed on Facebook and the website.  Join us online when you can!

 

Exciting news – we have a new Children and Families sessional worker, Bethan.  To watch her welcome message click here!

ONLINE MESSY CHURCH CHRISTMASSunday 20th December at 3.30pm. Details coming soon!

 

Additional useful information:

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 https://theaws.co.uk/relief/

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

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 view them click here

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

 

Join us and become part of a friendly and welcoming church community. Our church is a place for spiritual reflection and meditation as well as being an inspirational space.

There’s been a building on this site for over 160 years and when the church was rebuilt ten years ago, what we wanted was a building which shouted out ‘We are here for everyone’.  And yes, we are here for everyone, young and old, of different cultures, backgrounds, ages, sexuality and gender.  We are an Inclusive Church and as a caring church community, we are very much here to meet the needs of the people of Erdington and beyond.

Our new Vicar, Rev Emma Sykes joined us earlier this year.  To watch her welcome message, click here.

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

 

 

Delighted with the can-do attitude of the St. Barnabas team. Nothing is too much trouble. A lovely venue with friendly, helpful staff.

Shirley - John Taylor Hospice