Reconciliation Sunday, 13 June

A number of Birmingham’s senior Church leaders have agreed to designate Sunday 13 June 2021 as ‘Reconciliation Sunday’ in Birmingham. Reconciliation is a key element of Christian faith. Reconciliation restores people and things to the way they were meant to be. The anniversary of the death of George Floyd reminds us that much more needs … Read more

The first anniversary of the killing of George Floyd

To mark the anniversary of the killing of George Floyd on Tuesday, 25 May, several virtual meetings and events are being organised. Churches Together in England will be publishing prayers for racial justice written by its member-Churches daily from Sunday 23 to Sunday 30 May inclusive. Prayers will be added daily at this WEBPAGE, this … Read more

Thy Kingdom Come: Daily video reflections

To mark the annual, spiritual pilgrimage from Ascension Day (Thursday 13 May) to Pentecost (Sunday 23 May), eleven of Birmingham’s Church leaders have each produced a short video reflection following the Biblical journey from the Ascension of Jesus Christ to the outpouring of the Holy Spirit on his followers. The events are recorded in the … Read more

Pray24Brum:Thy Kingdom Come

In just two days’ time, Thursday 13 May, we will be marking Ascension Day. That day of celebration also heralds the beginning of the international, ecumenical ‘Thy Kingdom Come’ prayer season, during which Christians from many different traditions across the UK – and around the world – join together to pray that their friends, families, … Read more