Please join us for services at Gower Gardens on the fourth Thursday every month at 2.30 pm when we celebrate with the residents who are unable to attend a church. The service is short, with usually 4 hymns, a couple of short prayers and often includes Holy Commmunion. For quick reference 2019 dates are:
Sessions run every Monday from 9.30am to 11.30 noon in the Hall. Children of all ages welcome. Hannah Brewer is the coordinator.
Junior Church is for school years 1 to 6 and is held at the same time as Morning Worship every Sunday from 11am to 12 noon.
We are fortunate in the music we have at our church. As well as the organ, our music group brings variety and contemporary music to our worship. Any new talent is warmly welcomed.
Aims to enable girls and young women to become followers of Jesus Christ. Ages range from 5 to 18 years and we meet on Monday evenings. Our programme provides challenge and fun, through which our members develop skills and confidence.
Provides a Christian environment in which boys and young men can come to know Jesus. We provide a challenging programme of adventure, interests and physical activities where each is encouraged to develop his own potential.
Boys' Brigade meets on Wednesdays:
Kidz Fun Club (up to 11s) is from 6pm to 7.30pm on Fridays during term time, Xtreme Youth Club (over 11s) is from 7.45pm to 9.30pm on Fridays during term time. We meet friends, chat, listen to music and play games. We have quizzes, theme nights and go out for bowling, swimming and sports evenings.
You are invited!
We are an informal group of women and men sharing fellowship and we encourage those attending to share their experiences and lead the sessions, if they wish. Our programme features talks, discussions, music and life experiences of some of those involved with the Church. We arrange an annual lunch and join the Ladies Group twice a year for special Easter and Christmas Communion services. Our meetings are held on the first and third Thursdays of each month (except August) in the Parlour, starting at 10.30 and finishing by noon. We would like to welcome more people to join the 30 to 35 of us at our meetings. Click here for current programe.
There is a ladies' section which plays on Wednesday afternoons and has space for new members. They play in the Church Hall between 1.45 and 4pm. The mixed group plays on Thursday nights from 8pm until they get tired! They are also welcoming new members. Contact Jan Jones for more information.
We meet on Monday mornings between 10.30 and 12.30 and we share in friendship and chat and at the same time, we sew and knit. We produce all sorts of things for charities and special appeals and we also make the hangings that are used in church.
We meet at 7.30 pm in the parlour of the Church on the first and third Tuesday of each month and usually have a guest speaker. We also arrange an annual dinner and we share in a special service twice a year. Click here for current programme. Coffee is served every Tuesday moning in the Church parlour from 10.30 am to 11.45 am where men and women meet for a chat.
Walks are organised to take place monthly From February to October, normally on the third aturday of the month. Two social events are also arranged. Most of the walks are of the order of five to six not too strenuous miles.
Is held weekly and provides a meal and friendship for its members, at a very modest cost.
The love of Christ is expressed through our care for each other and the wider community. The pastoral visiting system provides practical love and care where needed.
A number of talented ladies ensure that the church is never without flowers. After the Sunday services, the flowers are distributed to those who need them as a sign that they are remembered.
MHA is supported at our church by having an offering on the appropriate Sunday each year and my members of the Birthday Scheme, who make a contribution each year on their birthday.
Is an ecumenical group that provides friendship and care to the community. Each year it puts on social events and meals, mainly for the elderly.
Each year our Church raises money for a nominated charity, chosen by Church Council. Throughout the year most of our fundraising goes to this project.
For 2019/2010 we are supporting two charities - Mothership and Helping Hands of Birmingham. Mothership is based in Bearwood (Birmingham) and works with refugees and newly-arrived asylum-seekers (women and their children) and those who are isolated due to circumstances. Helping Hands is a small charity supporting the homeless in Birmingham by taking food, hot drinks and items of clothing to those in need.
Our Church actively supports NCH in its work for children through its 150 family centres and in its counselling and mediation services. The aim of NCH is to bring a better quality of life to Britain's most vulnerable children.
Our Church takes part in the activities of Christian Aid, especially during Christian Aid Week.
Meets from 9.30 to 10.30 on the 5th Sunday in the month and includes breakfast and informal worship/activities for all ages.