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Sunday 2nd June 2019 Retiring Collection
for Jubilee Debt. On the 16th May 1998, 70,000 people took to the streets of Birmingham and formed a ‘human chain’ around the city which was then hosting a global summit with world leaders. The thousands of people who filled the city centre were ordinary people calling for debt cancellation for the world’s most indebted countries, and this action was described ‘a tremendous inspiration.. a defining moment in history’ by the ex- President of Guyana Bharrat Jagdeo, who was in attendance.
10:30Sunday Communion
Sunday Communion led by our Minister. Service includes the induction of an Elder.
Wednesday 5th June 201913:00Lunch Club
Join us for a sociable meal at a reasonable cost. Please let Nancy Nicholls know if you are coming.
19:30Pastorate planning meeting
At Weoley Castle Community Church.
Thursday 6th June 201918:45Elders' Dinner
At Barnes Close. Dinner served at 7pm.
Friday 7th June 201918:30Community Choir
Choir for everyone. No previous experience necessary. Just come along.
Sunday 9th June 2019 Retiring Collection
for Jubilee Debt. On the 16th May 1998, 70,000 people took to the streets of Birmingham and formed a ‘human chain’ around the city which was then hosting a global summit with world leaders. The thousands of people who filled the city centre were ordinary people calling for debt cancellation for the world’s most indebted countries, and this action was described ‘a tremendous inspiration.. a defining moment in history’ by the ex- President of Guyana Bharrat Jagdeo, who was in attendance.
10:30Pentecost Sunday Worship
Service led by the Worship & Arts Group.
Wednesday 12th June 201910:00Friendship Group Outing
All-day trip to World of Wedgwood, Stoke-on-Trent. Concessions £8.00. Leave church car park at 10.00am.
Thursday 13th June 201919:30Elders' meeting
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Friday 14th June 201918:30Community Choir
Choir for everyone. No previous experience necessary. Just come along.
Sunday 16th June 2019 Retiring Collection
for Jubilee Debt. On the 16th May 1998, 70,000 people took to the streets of Birmingham and formed a ‘human chain’ around the city which was then hosting a global summit with world leaders. The thousands of people who filled the city centre were ordinary people calling for debt cancellation for the world’s most indebted countries, and this action was described ‘a tremendous inspiration.. a defining moment in history’ by the ex- President of Guyana Bharrat Jagdeo, who was in attendance.
10:30Trinity Sunday Worship
Service led by our Minister. The church has a long past association with the Selly Oak Colleges and many of the staff and students worshipped with us during their time in Birmingham. We want to celebrate this and in particular to remember some of the leaders of this work of mission. We will recall in particlar Ian Fraser, Lesslie Newbiggin, Dan Beeby, John and Elnora Ferguson and Tom and Kay Hawthorn. We invite all who wish to join us for worship or to send us messages and recollections.
12:00Church Meeting
Friday 21st June 201918:30Community Choir
Choir for everyone. No previous experience necessary. Just come along.
Sunday 23rd June 2019 Retiring Collection
for Jubilee Debt. On the 16th May 1998, 70,000 people took to the streets of Birmingham and formed a ‘human chain’ around the city which was then hosting a global summit with world leaders. The thousands of people who filled the city centre were ordinary people calling for debt cancellation for the world’s most indebted countries, and this action was described ‘a tremendous inspiration.. a defining moment in history’ by the ex- President of Guyana Bharrat Jagdeo, who was in attendance.
10:30Sunday Worship
Service led by Alan Cotgreave.
Wednesday 26th June 201910:30Manse Morning
Time for informal discussions
Friday 28th June 201918:30Community Choir
Choir for everyone. No previous experience necessary. Just come along.
Sunday 30th June 2019 Retiring Collection
for Jubilee Debt. On the 16th May 1998, 70,000 people took to the streets of Birmingham and formed a ‘human chain’ around the city which was then hosting a global summit with world leaders. The thousands of people who filled the city centre were ordinary people calling for debt cancellation for the world’s most indebted countries, and this action was described ‘a tremendous inspiration.. a defining moment in history’ by the ex- President of Guyana Bharrat Jagdeo, who was in attendance.
10:30Sunday Worship
Joint service at Bournville URC led by Revd. Donald Sampson.
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