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  • ​This works!’ How Messy Churches create new space for faith

    Significant new research from the Church Army’s Research Unit confirms the serious effectiveness of Messy Church. Playfully Serious: How Messy Churches create new space for faith proves that Messy Church is not ‘just a bit ...

  • Announcement: Care of Churches Officer

    We are delighted to let you know that Ben Smith, currently our Historic Places of Worship Support Officer, has been appointed as Care of Churches Officer. Ben will take up this role on 20 February 2019. ...

  • Volunteers needed at Birmingham City Mission

    Volunteer visitors needed for BCM’s ElderLink project in east Birmingham, in particular male visitors, to visit, befriend, assist and encourage elderly clients in their homes or in hospital. Click here for more about ElderLink.A volunteer van ...

  • Eco Diocese Award

    On 14 September 2016 Bishop David registered our intent to become an Eco Diocese. Now, just over two years on, we are the third diocese to gain the Bronze Eco Diocese Award, being very narrowly pipped ...

  • The Debt Saviours

    BBC2 will be airing their documentary The Debt Saviours featuring Christians Against Poverty at 9pm on Friday 5 October. The programme focuses on how CAP and the UK Church are caring for the poor and ...

  • ​New Historic Places of Worship Support Officer

    The Property Department have appointed Ben Smith as Historic Places of Worship Support Officer (PoWSO) for a 3-year term part funded by Historic England.Ben brings a wealth of experience from his previous role as PoWSO ...

  • The Cathedral and Church Shops Association

    The "Cathedral and Church Shops Association" (CCSA) is a Voluntary organisation which works with Cathedral and Churches across the UK and Ireland to help and support their Retail Shop Managers in their role in raising funds ...

  • Support Uganda this Harvest

    This Harvest, we are asking your church, youth group or school to help us provide seeds, tools and training to some of Africa’s poorest families. In return, we will provide you with updates of the ...

  • Together we’re powerful: ​Harvest 2018

    This Harvest, we stand together with women like Aster in Ethiopia, to rejoice and callfor gender justice through Christian Aid’s 2018 Harvest Appeal. As we celebrate and praise God for providing all we need, we ...

  • Places of worship: security funding scheme

    The Places of Worship Protective Security Funding scheme is now open for applications with a closing date of 10 August.Funding is available for places of worship that have been subject to, or are vulnerable to ...

  • Notification of Appointments

    The Revd Hazel WhiteAssociate Vicar, Moseley, St Mary & St Anne, Diocese of BirminghamTo be: Vicar, Selly Oak, St Mary, Diocese of Birmingham (9 February 2020)The Revd Kathy EvansVicar of the United Benefice of Oldbury, ...

  • ​Counting church visitor numbers goes digital in the Great Church Visitor Count

    The Great Church Visitor Count will analyze the difference between the number of entries recorded in a church visitor book and the actual number of visitors who pass through the door.Churches and chapels will monitor ...

  • ​2019 Advent Calendar launches with competition

    The 2019 Real Advent Calendar has been officially launched with a new 24 page Christmas story-activity book, a children’s competition, with profits helping to transform the lives of children in Kenya.David Marshall, from the Meaningful ...

  • ​Christian Blind Mission Sunday 2019: Out of Sight, Out of Mind

    To help save children from a life of needless blindness, please invite your church to mark Christian Blind Mission Sunday, an uplifting addition to the church calendar to mark World Sight Day 10 October 2019. ...

  • Birmingham Churches: "There's No Planet B"

    Churches around Birmingham are facing the challenges of climate change together.On Saturday 29 June people from across the city came together to learn about how global warming is already affecting our world, and to say ...

  • ​St George’s Church, Edgbaston receives a grant of £3,500

    St George’s Church in Edgbaston, Birmingham has benefited from a gift of £3,500 from Allchurches Trust to their LET THE STONES LIVE Appeal – Phase 2.This gift as well as other equally generous grants from ...

  • New funding to support work with children and young people

    Allchurches Trust has launched a new grants programme – Growing Lives – aimed at helping churches and Christian organisations throughout the UK and Ireland to connect with children and young people and forge lasting links ...

  • Trustees for Sawiyan

    Do you have an interest in developing local projects with adults to support community cohesion? Then Sawiyan may just be the charity to be involved in! Based in Sparkbrook, South East Birmingham, we are a ...

  • Are You An Employer?
    • Type: Page
    • On: 27 November 2017
  • Places of Welcome
    • Type: Page
    • On: 21 November 2017

    We work with churches, individuals and organisations in a number of different ways, often tailored to the local context, supporting them to fully play their part in tackling poverty and helping their neighbourhoods to flourish.