We are ordinary people, with a mix of ages and from a range of backgrounds. But we know Someone extraordinary – Jesus Christ. We have found that he never lets us down and yet, when we let him down, he forgives us. So we want everything we do as a church to be centred on honouring Jesus. And the Bible is crucial to this, as it is there that we encounter him.
So we are an ‘evangelical’ church, seeking to believe and make known the good news that God gave his Son to die for our sins, and that he raised him from the dead. We are also Anglican, and belong to the Church of England.
You would be most welcome at any of our services on a Sunday, whether you know Jesus already or are simply interested in finding out more. We have two church buildings, St Stephen's and St Wulstan's, both in the Selly Park/Selly Oak student area near the University of Birmingham, with services at each.
Christians pray. If you never pray, it is safe to say that you are not a Christian. (Mind you, prayer itself does not make anyone a Christian – there are millions of people who would not call themselves Christians at all and yet they pray). But what do Christians pray for? David Powlison suggests helpfully […]