Ecclesiastical Home Insurance – Trust130 Offer

eccliastical logoUntil December 2018, Ecclesiastical Insurance will donate £130 to our churches for every new home insurance policy taken out. Please visit Eccliastical Insurance by clicking the logo on the right for more details.

Tools for Africa

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This is a local charity which collects and repairs hand tools which are then shipped to a number of African countries. They are particularly keen to accept donations of manual sewing machines. If anyone wishes to find out more, please click the logo on the right. One of the countries in which they donate is Malawi.

Used Stamps for Charity

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Elisabeth Leicester would like to thank the many people who have kindly donated their stamps. They are being forwarded to Birmingham City Mission.

New volunteers needed for Winter Night Shelter

We'd love to have some new people to come and help with the winter night shelter this year! It will run on Saturday evenings and Sunday mornings from Saturday 17 February – Sunday 25 March in St Anne's church hall. A training session has been arranged for new volunteers from all the churches involved with the shelter. This will take place at Birmingham Vineyard (178 Barford St, Birmingham B5 7EP) on Monday 15 January from 7:30pm to 9:00pm. You might like to go along and find out more before making your final decision. And if you can't make that date but would definitely like to volunteer, that's fine too – just let us know. Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or ring Julia Kilby on 07929 739518. We'll also be running our own local briefing session for both new and seasoned volunteers at St Mary's on Sunday 4 February at 11:15am.

Tales of love, laughter and loss

MosHist180201 1Thursday, 1 February at 2pm, Moseley CDT (back of Post Office)

An afternoon talk by the Moseley Society History Group followed by tea/coffee and cakes.

Click the image on the right to see the full details.

Building Flourishing Churches in Multi-faith Parishes

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Saturday 28th April | St Peter’s Church, Highfield Rd, Hall Green B28 0BT | 10am-3pm


How do we build flourishing churches in multifaith parishes that reflect the local community in their styles of worship, methods of discipleship and makeup of their leadership?

Christian Unity, Sunday 21 January, St Agnes

To demonstrate the visible power of the gospel through Christian unity and our commitment to Moseley Churches Together, we will not be holding our 10am or 11am services on Sunday 21 January at St Mary’s or St Anne’s. All are encouraged to attend the services at St Agnes:

  • 9:15am - A service of Holy Communion (with traditional hymns on the organ)
  • 11:00am - A Family Service (with modern worship songs and Sunday School)

1:00pm - There will also be a shared meal in the church hall (on the corner of Billesley Lane and Dyott Road) at which all are welcome to attend.

Saturday Morning Coffee Concerts

Saturday 27 January, 11am, St Mary's

At the next Coffee Concert we will welcome Michael Jones on piano. Michael will play music commemorating 1918 and the end of WW1.

Thank-you from Fiona Elvins

A huge thank you to everyone who made me so welcome on my placement with you all. It has been an amazing experience and I am so grateful to Hazel and Duncan for including me so readily.

Mark Simons – Reader Licensing

I am going to be admitted and licensed as a Reader by Bishop Anne at a service at Birmingham Cathedral on Saturday 3 February at 11am. I am hoping some in the Benefice will come and support me. There will not be tickets for the service so it is advisable for people to arrive in good time. Thank you for your continued support and prayers. Mark