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Birmingham Churches Together Enews October 2015

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Birmingham Churches Together

Living together in the body of Christ

Churches Together in England held their 3 yearly Forum at Swanwick at the end of last month. Participation reflected the breadth of their member Churches, now numbering over 40. The sense of being partners together in Christ across our traditions was extraordinary. A highlight was a presentation by a group of young people who had travelled together to the Chemin Neuf 'Welcome to Paradise' Festival and shared their insights and hopes about the place of young people in the Church today. Follow this link to see a short video of their time at the Festival. It was a priviledge to share on behalf of Birmingham Churches Together information about our Standing in the Gaps initiative during the introductory session on the first evening.

Thank you for sharing your information through Birmingham Churches Together. 

The deadline for the next printed edition of BEN is Thursday 29 October at 5:00pm.

Please send your contributions for the next enews before 9:00am, Monday 16 November. It will include an events listing to the end of December. 

Email your contributions to:

With best wishes

Revd Colin Marsh
Ecumenical Development Officer
Abi Nicholls
Communications and Admin Officer

Birmingham Churches Together


Refugee crisis - what can we do?

A link to the information from Restore posted on our website on 11 September.

Rhythm of Mission

HOPE encourages the Church to do more together in mission in words and actions.  

For links to Hope's resources with suggestions to help you plan throughout the year.

Hear Roy Crowne express his vision for Hope building towards 2018. 

United in Jesus – Serving the City

23 to 24 January 2016

Following the success of last year’s 24 hours of prayer hosted by Birmingham’s Anglican Cathedral, The Church at Carrs Lane is delighted to invite you to once again share in an ecumenical day of prayer during the week of prayer for Christian Unity in January.

We hope that a wide range of different churches and groups from across the city will come and lead an hour during the day and that many of you will come and drop in or stay for a while to pray with us.

Further details will follow in next month's enews. If you are interested in booking a slot for your church or group to lead an hour there are some opportunities still:

If you have any questions or want further information, please contact:

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.

Are you connected?

Be connected with others who stand in the gaps alongside vulnerable people by registering here

Safe Families for Children

A summary for Church Leaders...

Solihull Council signs faith covenant

For more...

Work place chaplaincy

Download LINK, the latest newsletter from the Churches and Industry Group Birmingham

Jubilee Debt Campaign

Download their latest newsletter

Jericho Foundation First Aid Training

For more...

B1 Community

launch Unwind meditation in Birmingham City Centre on Mondays at 5.30pm. Also an Arts Bunker on Thursday evening 22 October.

For more...

Sleeping rough

Congratulations to Seth Pinnock who completed his challenge of sleeping homeless to raise funds for Reachout. For more...

National Interfaith week

This year occurs between Sun 15th and Sat 21st November, for which the Birmingham Council of Faiths have agreed to coordinate the Birmingham programme. For more...

Birmingham’s First Ever City Cookbook

A recent Near Neighbours project has recently generated Birmingham’s first ever city cookbook.

The cookbook features 20 mouth-watering recipes for Afro-Caribbean, Algerian, Afghani, Bangladeshi, Chinese, English, Gambian, Irish, and Pakistani inspired dishes from people living in the city.

The local people that put this cookbook together were also stars of BBC Midlands Today and put on an incredible feast for the BBC folks. For links to website reports and pictures...

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Find your Church via our postcode map

Email your changes to: 

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Bringing Hope: An Audience with Carver Anderson

7.00 - 9.30pm Thursday 15 October

New Testament Church, 240 - 244 Lozells Road, B19 1NP

Rev Dr Carver speaks on "Hidden Treasures: Black Young Men, the streets, community and church."

For more...

Dementia Matters

9.30am - 4.00pm Saturday 17 October

Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham, B15 2GW

An ecumenical event exploring how individuals and churches can better understand, value and nurture those living with dementia.

For more...

Social Work Christian Fellowship Conference

Saturday 17 October

The Faithful Neighbourhoods Centre, 10 Court Road, Sparkhill, B11 4LX

A day with opportunities to meet other people, hear from a guest speaker and participate in small group workships to discuss themes and issues in social work.

For more...

Chaplaincy Plus Annual Celebration

5.30 - 7.30pm Monday 19 October

Shoosmiths, 2 Colmore Square, Birmingham, B4 6BJ

With special guest speaker Rev Celia Apeagyei-Collins

For more...

Faithful Fundraising

9.30am - 3.00pm

Faithful Neighbourhoods Centre, 10 Court Road, Birmingham, B11 4LX

Developing confidence and skills in making grant applications for faith-based community activities.

For more...

Baked Alaska Theatre Production

7.30pm Tuesday 20 October

All Saints Church, 2 Vicarage Road, Kings Heath, B14 7RA

A production which serves up the realities of climate change.

For more...

Inside the Fortress

7.00pm - 9.30pm Tuesday 20 October

The Church at Carrs Lane

Central England Quaker Asylum Group and The Church at Carrs Lane invite you to learn about and discuss the worrying developments in the EU

For more...

An evening with Margaret Hodge MP

6.15pm - 9.00pm Thursday 22 October

Birmingham Progressive Synagogue, Roseland Way, Birmingham

An open meeting with Margaret Hodge MP MBE speaking on her experiences from five years on the frontline in the fight against tax dodging.

For more...

Divorce Recovery Workshop

7.30pm Tuesday 3 November

Sutton Coldfield Baptist Church

The start of a series of six weekly workshops for those at any stage of separation and divorce.

For more...

Roger Hooker Memorial Lecture

7.45pm Tuesday 3 November

Woodbrooke Quaker Study Centre, Bristol Road, B29 6LJ

"Hindu/Christian Relations in Britain Today"

For more...

SingBirmingham! 2015

10.00am - 4.30pm Saturday 7 November

The Church of St Nicolas, King's Norton, Birmingham, B38 8RU

A practical day, open to singers and instrumentalists who would like to spend a day finding out about the West Gallery Music Association music.

For more...

Faith and Friendship Conference

10.00am Saturday 7 November - 2.30pm Sunday 8 November

Christ Church Sparkbrook, Farm Road, Birmingham, B11 1LS

A conference exploring multi-faith youth work.

For more...

Fulfil Youth Event

7.30 - 9.30pm Friday 13 November

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

With guest act Rebirth Network dance company.

For more...

Understanding the Sikh Faith

9.45am - 4.00pm Saturday 14 November

Nishkam Centre, 6 Soho Road, Handsworth, B21 9BH

A study day with time for questions and discussion.

For more...

TIYM Praise A Thon

7.00pm Thursday 19 November at BVUC, Stuarts Street, B7 5NW

7.00pm Friday 20 November, New Testament Church of God, Church Street, Oldbury, B69 3AG.

An evening of The Word, fundraising, worship and declaration.

For more...

Interfaith Exhibits and Conversations

2.00 - 4.00pm Saturday 21 November

Bull Street Quaker Meeting House, 40 Bull Street, B4 6AF

An event encouraging conversations, sharing and learning between people of different faiths.

For more...

X:site (children's event)

2.30 - 4.30pm Saturday 21 November

Elim Church Centre, Exeter Road, Selly Oak, B29 6EU

A Bible-centred event for children aged 7-11.

For more...

Faith in the Family Conference

10.00am - 5.00pm Saturday 21 November

Renewal Christian Centre, Lode Lane, Solihull, B29 2JR

A day for those who wants to see God at the heart of family life.

For more...

Footsteps: Faiths for a Low-Carbon Future

7.00pm Saturday 28 November

Walk of Witness from St Martin in the Bull Ring, B5 5BB. Vigil at Bull Street Quaker Meeting House, B4 6AF.

A multifaith vigil to uphold those working for a low-carbon future at the Paris Climate Summit

For more...

Tackling the Scandal of Food Poverty in 21st Century Britain

3.00 - 5.00pm Monday 30 November

Venue TBC

Hear the findings of the Fabian Commission on Food and Poverty.

For more...

Woodbrooke College

Friday 23 - Sunday 25 October: Peace Church perspectives on the Book of Revelation

Friday 6 - Sunday 8 November: Christian Animism

Friday 6 - Sunday 8 November: Singing for Joy: harmony songs and chants from around the world

Wednesday 21 - Friday 23 October: Negotiating Permanent Change

Wednesday 30 December - Saturday 2 January: Stories and Why We Tell Them

Wednesday 6 - Friday 8 January 2016:  Clearing the Way

Click here to see more events on our website


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

  • Assistant Manager: Kairos Coffee
  • Care Plus Team Worker: BID services
  • Centre Manager: St Barnabas Church Centre
  • Youth Minister: St Christopher's Church
  • Web Developer: Church Edit

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

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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