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Birmingham Churches Together Enews December 2015

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Birmingham Churches Together
E-Newsletter

With our best wishes for Christmas and the New Year

As this will be the last enews from Birmingham Churches Together before the end of the year, may we take the opportunity of wishing you every blessing as you prepare to celebrate the birth of Christ this Christmas.

Thank you for your support throughout the year. We reached a milestone of 900 subscribers during the year.

Please continue to send your events and news items to share with others. The deadline for contributions to the next enews is 9:00am, Monday 18 January. It will include an events listing to the end of February. 

Email your contributions to: enquiries@birminghamchurches.org.uk

With best wishes

Revd Colin Marsh
Ecumenical Development Officer
Abi Nicholls
Communications and Admin Officer
Birmingham Churches Together

E-Newsletter

Birmingham Churches Winter Night Shelter Christmas Appeal

This year, the Birmingham Churches Winter Night Shelter has seven new churches involved, and so the project has been extended. However, this also means they need to raise more money to cover the costs.

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United in Jesus – Serving the City

23 to 24 January 2016

For further information about this inspirational ecumenical event follow this link



Week of Prayer for Christian Unity 2016

Order or download resources for the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity 2016. The Salt of the Earth pamphlet includes an order of service, daily reflections plus background information.



Networking events

Sign up to standinginthegaps to hear about the networking events Birmingham Churches Together are organising next year. The events will offer opportunity to link with others around a theme, such as homelessness or unemployment. 



NOURISH: Solihull Churches' Kitchen

A free meal every Wednesday for those who need it.

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KYRA, launches a new Leadership Programme

KYRA is launching a new venture: a Certificate Programme in Leadership and Management with specialisms in the Voluntary and Community Sector and Faith organisations.

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Latest chaplaincy news

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Pastoral Care Project Newsletter

Download a copy here This edition included information about Dementia Prayer week. 



ForMission College newsletter

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Birmingham faiths join with climate pilgrims around the world

On Saturday 29 November evening, members of faith communities from across Birmingham came together to walk and gather together in support of a low carbon future.

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Are your church contact details up to date?

Find your Church via our postcode listing

Email your changes to: enquiries@birminghamchurches.org.uk 


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Carol Singing

11.30am - 12.30pm Saturday 19 December

Gracechurch Centre, Sutton Coldfield

An opportunity to witness to the shoppers of Sutton Coldfield the true meaning of Christmas.

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Christmas Day Lunch

12.30 - 3.00pm Christmas Day

Victory Hall, 76 Chester Road, B36 9BU

Lunch on Christmas Day for anyone who may need it.

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Christian Aid Sponsored Swim

Sunday 10 January

University of Birmingham

Take the plunge to end poverty.

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Christian Mindfulness Workshop

9.30am- 4.00pm Saturday 16 January

The Ark, St Laurence Parish Church, School Lane, B48 7SB

A three session workshop exploring mindfulness from a Christian perspective.

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ENRICH: support group

5.30 - 7.00pm Thursday 21 January

Birmingham City Centre

A group open to all gay & lesbian clergy in the Midlands.

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Week of Prayer for Christian Unity: Central Sutton Service

6.30pm Sunday 24 January

Sutton Coldfield Methodist Church

A service for the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity.

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24 Hours of Prayer

Saturday 23 - Sunday 24 January

The Church at Carrs Lane

An ecumenical day of prayer during the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity

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Restore Training Days

7.30 - 9.30pm Monday 25 January

Venue TBC

The first of three sessions for those interested in refugee issues or becoming befrienders.

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Job Club Training Course

26 - 27 January

The Jericho Foundation, 196-198 Edward Road, B12 9LX

A two day training course for churches or organisations who would like to set up a job club.

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Counselling with Spirit

9.30am - 12.30pm Saturday 30 January

Carrs Lane Conference Centre

"Exploring the Mystery of the Self"

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Woodbrooke College

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Vacancies

The following are listed on the vacancies page of our website.

  • Community Cafe Cook: North Smethwick Development Trust
  • Director: Sandwell Churches Link
  • Young Mums Worker: House of Play & Education
  • Church operations manager: St Germain's Edgbaston


Volunteering opportunities

Thrive Together Birmingham offers a range of volunteering opportunities with churches/organisations in Birmingham/Solihull.

World Prayer Centre is looking for volunteers as prayer researchers, data managers, admin support and events support.

Acacia Family Support: recruiting for various volunteering roles.

Safe Families for Children: family friends, host friends, church co-ordinators and family coaches needed.

TLG: looking for volunteers for their Yardley Wood education centre.


See more vacancies

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