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to a warm, worshipping, international church-family in the heart of Birmingham

We’re not cancelling church!

At the moment we can’t meet together in the same place – but that doesn’t mean that Church isn’t happening. In fact – it really is!

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Celebrate Pentecost – 11am, Sunday 31 May

Celebrate Pentecost – 11am, Sunday 31 May

Join us for a special online service at 11am on Sunday 31 May. Farsi version will be available. Then at 12 noon join everyone for live chat on a Zoom social. The Zoom meeting address will be posted on the website at 11.45am. Look forward to seeing you there.

We’re Staying Connected

Using social media we’re praying, singing, worshipping, sharing Bible inspirations and encouraging one another. Some of us might prefer a good old fashioned phone call (or even a letter or card) – and that’s cool too. But whatever we do, let’s stay connected.

All around us people are worried about their health, their jobs, their families and their finances.  Let’s be looking out for those who need us – in our church, in our street and in our city.

As Christians we believe we are those who have a Living Hope. We’re learning together how to live out that hope now and looking ahead to our eternal hope in heaven.

“Praise be to the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ! In his great mercy he has given us new birth into a living hope through the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead, and into an inheritance that can never perish, spoil or fade.”
1 Peter 1:3-4

We’re a new church, started in 2019, but springing from a group of people who have been loving our city for more than thirty years.

We’re an exciting mix – every age, background and outlook on life- some of us born in Brum and others just getting used to living in the UK.

Together we’re excited about finding out more about Jesus, loving Him, following Him and loving one another.

Come and join the family!

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