178 Barford St, Birmingham B5 7EP, UK – 0121 622 1230
Great church that's doing some great stuff in the community. Have visited many times and have lots of mates that are in the church also. I've always been struck by what a great community they have and how they live out community in everyday life. The senior pastors have always been very welcoming and personally come up to me a few times asking how things were going, which is great especially as a visitor. The leadership were also very instrumental to my sister coming back to faith too. If your looking for a church where you can be loved for who you are, grow in your Christian faith, and feel part of an active community of encouraging believers then this is a great church to attend. If it was more local to me I would be there weekly :-) God Bless. Matt.
You should definitely go to church. I visited Vineyard Birmingham for about a year and found it a very helpful experience in every sense. I learned more about my faith, I found encouragement to continue in my walk with God, and I met loads of incredible people who are genuine - they are passionate about living out their belief in Jesus by showing people love. The church does loads for their local communities and has excellent worship times that are led by talented musicians where you can encounter God. Give it a visit!!!
69 Irving St, Birmingham B5 7BE, UK – 07535 341775
Doesnot show any postcode at the middle of birmingham centre difficult to find but good area
Been to different parishes, I was welcomed wholeheartedly and still today, the family is b intact. The Church incorporates every of its members and you feel the sense of belonging always. Fr Jeremy is a very easy going priest. His sermons are well geared to lifes experience s and congregation relates well with him.did I mention that he speaks almost 6 different languages fluently. St Catherine's is home to so many cultures, I.e Polish, Zimbabwe, Nigerian, Eritrean, west Indies, Iranian, English etc. Always a nice community
Witton Ln, Birmingham B6 6QA, UK – 0121 327 3880
Beautiful Church of England church with friendly people! Sound teaching based on the bible. All are welcome! Stay for tea and coffee after the service to get to know these lovely people!
Welcome to Aston Parish Church Birmingham. The church’ name has its origins in 100 years of dispute as Aston fought against being taken over by Birmingham. In 1911 Aston was absorbed by Birmingham, but there are still reminders of the 19th century municipal strife. There has been a church on the site in all three millennia. The tower, built in 1480 and the huge Victorian church structure make a clear statement about the wealth of the area until the Holte estate was divided up and sold off in 1817. Until 200 years ago, Aston was a more important place than Birmingham. The history of the church cannot be separated from the history of Aston and local people