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Birmingham Churches Together Enews April 2017

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Birmingham Churches Together

This comes with our best wishes for Holy Week and Easter.

A reminder that Birmingham Churches Together is encouraging you to participate in Thy Kingdom Come, the national initiative of prayer between 25 May and 4 June. There are plenty of resources and ideas on Thy Kingdom Come website. Many events will happen locally in communities across the city. St Philip's Cathedral are planning to host events daily. We will post information on facebook and twitter as it becomes available.

Feel free to send information about your Thy Kingdom Come events for the next enews whose deadline is Monday 8 May at 9.00am.

The deadline for the next edition of BEN is 5.00pm on Thursday 25 May for distribution in the first week of June.

Send contributions for the website, enewsletter and BEN to:

With best wishes

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


Thy Kingdom Come

Between 25th May and 4th June, communities and churches around the world are gathering together to pray that their friends, families and neighbours come to know Jesus Christ. 

Resources, ideas and suggestions are available through links on our website.

God Loves the NHS

NHS Prayer Walk is being organised to take place during the 10 days of Thy Kingdom Come.

It will be passing through Birmingham from Walsall to Solihull on Friday May 26th. There will be opportunity to greet and join the Pilgrims during the evening in Solihull. Further information will be available in next month's enews.

Taize Gathering Birmingham

We are delighted that the churches in Birmingham, together with the ecumenical Taize community, are preparing to welcome young people from across Europe for the Hidden Treasure meeting, 28th April - 1st May 2017 here in the city.

So far over 300 young adults (aged 16 - 35) from 17 different countries have registered to participate in the meetings and churches all around the city are busy preparing to welcome them.

We also want the young people of Birmingham to really understand that this meeting is for them!

Their involvement is actively encouraged and we hope many will register as participants, take part fully in all the aspects of the gathering and in doing so will discover, deepen and be inspired by the Hidden Treasures of their faith.

If you are aged between 16 and 35, please do register and participate.

If you are not in the age range, you are warmly invited to join the prayers during the weekend, which are open to all, and we would also like to invite you to encourage the young people in your churches, or those on the fringes of them, to make the most of this exciting opportunity.

Keep in touch with the preparations at:

For the full programme and to see how to take part:

Faith and Finance Workshops
  • Has your church used Justin Welby’s “Dethroning Mammon” book as a Lent course this year?
  • Do you want to explore further the link between faith and finance?

The Ethical Money Churches Project helps worshipping communities to explore challenging issues relating to Christian stewardship of financial resources and assets.

The project is offering a free half day workshop to churches who have completed the Justin Welby Lent course, or similar, this year. The workshop will cover practical steps churches can take to connect their faith with their finance. Topics covered include ethical banking, ethical investment, credit unions, social enterprises, tax justice, Fair Trade, campaigning and more. This can be held at your church at any time that is suitable, and is a great way to continue to think about money issues long after Lent is over.

For more information visit

Contact Abi Nicholls at, or phone 07484 051866 (leave a message). Twitter: @ECCRWM

Feed the People – Responding to the East Africa Crisis

During March a number of church leaders gathered to respond to the DEC (Disasters Emergency Committee) East Africa Crisis Appeal. Recognising the need, they said, "We are asking you and your congregation to respond urgently to a food crisis in East Africa and we need your response by Easter Sunday".

For more details about how you can respond...

Poster trail for Easter in Northfield

Churches are working Together in Northfield to set up a trail of posters around the centre of Northfield to tell the story of Easter through art.

For more...

Thank you

The Pause for Hope service at St Chad's Cathedral held in March was greatly appreciated by those who participated. St Philip's Cathedral have offered to host the next service in February 2018.

Birmingham Taizé Pilgrimage

Saturday 29th July – Monday 7th August 2017

The Birmingham Taizé pilgrimage is for young adults aged 18-29. It is an ecumenical venture involving Christians from several different denominations. The Pilgrimage will be accompanied by Bishop Anne Hollinghurst (CofE) and Bishop David McGough (RC).

For more...

LEGACY: The Story of Martin Luther

Saltmine announce a new 20-minute dramatic presentation celebrating the life and work of a true Faith Pioneer. Available for bookings to perform in the Autumn. For more...

The Buses are out there

Have you seen the Try Praying adverts on buses around the south of the city?

For more...

St Mary’s Hospice Forget Me Not Campaign

During the Forget Me Not campaign week (Monday 24th April – 1st May 2017) and throughout spring, people will be joining us to pay tribute to loved ones lost, over a cup of coffee… or tea!

For more...

Birmingham City Mission

Could you hold a cake sale in June 2017 in aid of BCM?

At work, home or school?  At your parents and toddlers group or at church?

For more...

City Centre Traidcraft Fair Trade

Our fair trade shop is still flourishing at Carrs Lane. For more...

Click here to see more news stories on our website

Good Friday Walk of Witness

10:00am, Friday 14 April

Beings with a short service at The Church at Carrs Lane. Expected time of arrival at St Chad's Cathedral is around 11:30am.

An ecumenical walk with leaders of different denominations, including Archbishop Bernard Longley and Bishop David Urquhart.

For more...

Craft Afternoon

1:00 - 4:00pm, Saturday 22 April

Bournville Community Hub, 27 Sycamore Road, B30 2AA

Please come for a free cuppa and piece of cake as we exchange ideas of items that can be made for children for Operation Christmas Child through crafting, knitting, crocheting, etc. 

For more...

Marriage Preparation

Sunday 22 April

Couples preparing for ‘The Big Day’ can make the best start to their life together by devoting time to prepare for their marriage.

For more...

Birmingham Catholic Charismatic Renewal Conference

Saturday 22 April

Oscott College, Chester Road, Sutton Coldfield, B73 5AA

Birmingham Catholic Charismatic Renewal Conference: A New Day is Dawning

For more...

Conversations: Involving and Enriching Community

2:00 - 4:30pm, Sunday 23 April

Birmingham University Catholic Chaplaincy, Newman House, B15 3QS

The speakers are Kathy Bamber & Martin Bennett from A Call To Action Liverpool and the National Leadership Team.

For more...

Love Your Neighbour Event

10:00am - 12:30pm, Wednesday 26 April

Balsall Heath Church Centre, 100 Mary Street, B12 9JU

Join us to celebrate positive action and to build on the success and future of the citywide Love Your Neighbour movement.

For more...

Taize Gathering: Hidden Treasure

Friday 28 April - Monday 1 May

In partnership with the local churches of the city, the Taizé Community will be leading a young adult gathering here in Birmingham. Hundreds of young adults from across the UK and Europe will be travelling here to take part and we hope many young adults from Birmingham’s churches will be among those who participate.

For more...

Foyer de Charite Retreat

Sunday 30 April - Saturday 6 May

Walsingham New Retreat Centre

The theme is God’s Plan for the Fullness of Time, and the preacher will be Mgr. Keith Barltrop, with help from Foyer members and past retreatants.

For more...

Birmingham City Mission Spring Convention

7:30pm Tuesday 2, Wednesday 3 & Thursday 4 May

Carrs Lane church Centre

With speaker Steve Brady, Principal of Moorlands College.

For more...

Faith, Ethics & Climate Change

5:00 - 7:00pm, Tuesday 2 May

University of Birmingham Multifaith Chaplaincy

• Steve Baines – Climate Change Chaos: Faiths filling the leadership void?
• Kamran Fasil – ‘Faith in action’: Tanzanian Eco Village case study
• Professor Richard Tuckett – Our responsibilities as individuals

For more...

Fire & Light Summit

Thursday 4 - Sunday 7 May

Bethel Lighthouse, Walsall, WS1 3NQ

Guests will include anointed speakers and psalmist

For more...

The Queen's Foundation Annual Lecture

7:00pm Monday 8 May

St John's Church, Harborne

The Anglican Mission to Place: Re-imagining the Parish for the 21st Century

For more...

Building a Bridge from Church to School

10:00am - 2:00pm, Tuesday 9 May

ChaplaincyPlus, 1 Colmore Row, B3 2BJ

A special forum event for church leaders, where we will be sharing more about TLG early intervention.

For more...

United for Peace: Unity through Poetry

6:00 - 9:00pm, Wednesday 10 May

Muirhead Tower Room G15, University of Birmingham

United for Peace is a national initiative by The Oxford Foundation that draws United Kingdom’s diverse communities together to affirm the values that unite us.

For more...

A Moral Economy

6:30pm, Wednesday 10 May

Carrs Lane church Centre, B4 7SX

Ann Pettifor will speak on "A Moral Economy"

For more...

Birmingham Ecumenical Outer Estates Group

2:00pm, Wednesday 10 May

Yardley Wood Baptist Church

An open invitation to church leaders who work on outer estates to join with others to have a conversation about how our work, ministry and churches can be best supported.

For more...

Restore Training Sessions

7:15 - 9:15pm Thursday evenings: 11 & 25 May and 8 June

Carrs Lane Conference Centre, B4 7SX

Please join Restore, a project of Birmingham Churches Together, for training sessions for those interested in refugee issues or befriending.

For more...

The Feast Spring Dinner

6:45pm Friday 12 May

Digbeth Banqueting Hall, 111-115 New Canal Street, B5 5RA

Halal meal by The Real Junk Food Project

For more...

Counselling with Spirit Network Meeting

9:30am - 13:30pm, Saturday 13 May

Carrs Lane Church Centre, B4 7SX

Theme: identifying and working with pathological spirituality.

For more...

CIGB Annual Meeting

5:30 - 8:00pm, Tuesday 16 May

Unison Birmingham, 19th Floor McLaren Building, 46 Priory Queensway, B4 7LR

"Brexit for Birmingham Businesses"

For more...

Free To Be

7:30 - 10:00pm, Wednesday 17 May

Mount Zion community Church, 70 Thomas Street, B6 4TN

Free to Be: An event for Christian Women. Cathy Madavan and Bekah Legg would love you to join them to explore together what freedom in Christ really looks like.

For more...

Weekend Retreat 'Meeting Jesus'

6:00pm Friday 19th - 4:30pm Sunday 21st May

Shallowford House, Staffordshire, ST15 0NZ

With guided Gospel meditations and optional individual interview, exploration of the labyrinth and art facilities.

For more...

Idea Exchange Conference

9:30am - 4:00pm, Saturday 20 May

Life Community Church, Lodge Road, B18 5PW

How can we effectively engage the youth in this generation?

For more...

Craft Fair at St Martins in the Bullring

10:00am - 4:30pm, Saturday 20 May

St Martins in the Bullring

Proceeds to support St Martins work helping the vulnerable and homeless in Birmingham.

For more...

Healing the Land Conference

10.15 to 4.30pm Tuesday 23rd May

Network House (Vineyard Church), 174 – 178 Barford Street, Digbeth, Birmingham B5 7EP.

Organised by the World Prayer Centre

For more...

Big Church Day Out South

Saturday 27 - Sunday 28 May

Wiston House, West Sussex

Two days of world class music, fun, relaxation and celebration.

For more...

They Also Served

5:00 – 7:00pm Sunday 2 July

The New Testament Church of God, Lozells Road, Birmingham B19 1NP

A service and exhibition to solemnly remember and reflect upon the contributions of African and Caribbean servicemen to WW1.

For more...

The St Chad Pilgrimage: A walk of friendship to mark the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation

An ecumenical pilgrimage from St Chad's Cathedral Birmingham to St Chad's Cathedral, Lichfield will be led by senior Church Leaders on Saturday 23 September.

Details of the walk and services to mark the occasion will be available soon.

A reminder: the contents of this enews do not necessarily reflect the considered views of BCT Trustees or all its member churches. Events are shared in good faith on the basis they are open to Christians of all traditions.

Click here to see more events on our website


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

  • Clerk to the Trustees Board: The Feast
  • Youth worker: The gap*
  • Perinatal mental health project volunteer: Acacia Family Support
  • Volunteer Coordinator: Acacia Family Support
  • Senior Verger: St Martin in the Bullring
  • Part time Cleaner/ Grounds person: Birmingham City Mission
  • Part-time Casual Verger: St Martin in the Bullring 
  • Part-time Bookkeeper/Accounts Assistant: Betel UK
  • Fast Track Internships: TLG

Volunteering opportunities

Springfield Project Sparkhill are looking for allotment gardening volunteers and a volunteer for the play & stay group.

Acacia Family Support are seeking new Trustees

They Also Served Get involved with a HLF funded project by Churches Together in England that will bring alive the contributions of African and Caribbean servicemen in the First World War.

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

See more vacancies

This newsletter was sent by:
Birmingham Churches Together, St. Georges Community Hub, Great Hampton Row, Newtown, Birmingham B19 3JG • Telephone: 0121 236 3966 • Charity No: 243931



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