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  • Reader Selection and Training Process

    Information about the process of applying to become a Reader within the Church of England - Birmingham and subsequent training.

  • A New School for Church of England - Birmingham

    We are pleased to confirm that the Department for Education has announced that our application to open Christ Church, Church of England Secondary Academy in the parish of Christ Church Yardley Wood has been successful. ...

  • Appointment Announcement

    New Director of Mission Learning and DevelopmentWe are delighted to announce that Canon Dr Paula Gooder has been appointed as our new Director of Mission Learning and Development. Paula will be known to many of ...

  • Introducing: Messy Church

    Messy Church:is a way of being church for families involving funis found across the worldvalues are about being Christ-centred, for all ages, based on creativity, hospitality and celebrationFind out more at their website: www.messychurch.org.uk or ...

  • Junk Nativity

    Making angels, suitcases and baby mobiles out of junk was one way in to exploring themes around the Christmas story with a group of children from Woodhouse Primary Academy. The club, called 'Junk Nativity' was ...

  • A Smartphone Missionary Journey

    Revd Dom Wright, vicar of St. Margaret's, Olton, has produced a video in which he and a friend re-trace the steps of Paul and Barnabas' first missionary journey:  Shot entirely on a smartphone, the film follows ...

  • Announcement: Interim Archdeacon of Birmingham

    The Bishop of Birmingham is delighted to announce the appointment of an Interim Archdeacon of Birmingham. Revd Canon Julian Francis, currently Vicar of St George’s Edgbaston, will take up the role from 1 December 2018. ...

  • Moving on: Director of Mission Learning & Development

    It is with sadness that we share with you the news that Paula Gooder has decided after much thought and prayer, as well as conversations with both Bishop David and Bishop Anne, that it is ...

  • Season of Creation

    In recent years more and more Christians from more and more denominations have been taking prayer and action for the environment ever more seriously. In June this year many European Christian leaders, including the Archbishop ...

  • First Bishop's Youth Synod

    Last month, 15 young people and youth workers from parishes across the Church of England – Birmingham came together for the first Bishop's Youth Synod. It was an extremely exciting day, packed full of lively ...

  • Calvert Prentis announced as new Director of Ordinands and Vocations

    We are delighted to announce that the Revd Calvert Prentis has been appointed as Diocesan Director of Ordinands and Vocations Development for the Church of England - Birmingham.Calvert is currently half-time Assistant Diocesan Director of ...

  • Beginning to Grow Younger in Cotteridge

    Higher Education is a wonderful opportunity, but it does have a pesky habit of stealing our young people…Every Autumn, many young people leave home and leave big gaps in church youth groups. This was the ...

  • 850th Anniversary of St Nicholas, Curdworth

    The 850th anniversary of St. Nicholas Church, Curdworth was blessed by a visit from the Most Reverend and Right Honourable Justin Welby, Archbishop of Canterbury for a Service of Thanksgiving on Monday 23rd February 2015. ...

  • The Birmingham Conversations: Talking Honestly in a City of Faiths

    Faith leaders should support mainstream leaders to set the tone of the city and campaign for issues unrelated to faiths, a report being launched in Birmingham has recommended. The report follows six meetings of the ...

  • Narthex Sparkhill awarded £450,000 to combat poverty

    Birmingham charity Narthex Sparkhill, based at St John's Church, has been awarded nearly £450,000 by the National Lottery to continue running a food bank and help local people in crisis.Since 2011 the charity has been operating Sparkhill ...

  • Growing Younger update

    So the excitement continues as we move forward with rolling out the Growing Younger initiative… The beginning of the year saw the arrival of the three new Assistant Directors of Mission – Liz Dumain, Ruth ...

  • ​Building work begins on Brand New School!

    On the 11 November 2019 work officially began on the building of Christ Church, Church of England Secondary Academy. To officially kick things off we held a 'ground breaking ceremony' to commemorate the moment. Bishop David ...

  • New Appointment - Director of New Christian Communities

    The Revd Jon Turner has been appointed as Director of New Christian Communities for the Church of England Birmingham. This is a new role supported for five years through Strategic Development Funding from the Church ...

  • Take part in the Minority Anglican Project

    The Minority Anglican Project is a large-scale research project that aims to explore and learn from the experiences of minority ethnic Anglicans in the Church. A collaboration between the Church of England - Birmingham and the ...

  • Andrew Halstead to retire as Diocesan Secretary

    We would like to inform you that Andrew Halstead will be retiring at the end of this year. We are grateful for his many years of service as Diocesan Secretary. Andrew took up the position in 2011 and ...