Sunday Services

Our Services

You would be most welcome at any of our Sunday services. They all feature clear and relevant Bible teaching, as we have found this is how God has chosen to communicate with us and where we encounter Jesus. We also enjoy singing a mixture of contemporary worship songs and more traditional hymns.

Due to the pandemic, there may be some disruption caused as to when and how we meet at church. We currently meet on Sundays at 9am, 10.30am (which is also available online) and 6pm. We’d love to welcome you to church, though you will need to book in advance due to restrictions on our capacity.

9am at St Stephen’s
A short and informal service aimed at households with babies and children under 11.

10.30am at St Stephen’s
Our Sunday morning service for people of all ages and stages. 

6pm at St Wulstan’s
This is the service that many of our students come to. If you’re new to Birmingham we’d love to meet you.

Autumn 2020

Jesus our Joy (Philippians)

Paul wrote this ‘letter from lockdown’ from house arrest in Rome to his dear friends in Philippi.  It’s clear as we read that Paul’s greatest joy is knowing Jesus: he wants nothing more than to know Jesus better himself and to see him made known to others, to think like Jesus himself and to see others share the same mindset.  Let’s pray that we too will find and make Jesus our joy.

4 October
What God has begun
Philippians 1:1-11

11 October 11
It’s all about Jesus
Philippians 1:12-26

18 October
Standing together
Philippians 1:27-2:4

25 October
Thinking like Jesus
Philippians 2:5-18

1 November
Heroes of the faith
Philippians 2:19-30

8 November 
It’s still all about Jesus!
Philippians 3:1-14

15 November
Citizens of heaven
Philippians 3:15-4:3

22 November
Rejoice in the Lord!
Philippians 4:4-9

29 November
The secret of contentment
Philippians 4:10-23

More information

Here is a short video explaining what you can expect if you come to one of our services.


You can also view our risk assessment for reopening here as a PDF.

Click here for directions to our two church buildings.