Burn 24-7 Birmingham

Please come and join us to worship and pray together. We are a group of Christians from different churches across Birmingham.

We would love to join with you in and around Birmingham to be united in contending, praying and worshiping for our great city and nation.  Our only agenda is to worship Jesus and to believe that people’s lives and our city and nation will be changed.

Our worship is free, and spontaneous, unrehearsed songs and no performers, we strive to be Holy spirit led and aim for an audience of one.

We would like to invite you to our monthly prayer, praise and worship nights.

Loving God and putting Him in the center of our prayer, praise and Worship. We also enjoy using creativity to create an atmosphere of praise, and often have dancers and artists join with us.

We are excited this year as we have been given the opportunity for longer Burns, this opens up more time with Jesus and opens up groups, and churches to join with us, and lead a set or take part with your own expression of worshiping God.

We also have opportunities for extra support with welcome, hospitality and prayer.

We believe in Amos 9:11-12, and II Chronicles 7:14 as apart of our ongoing vision.

Our upcoming events are for 2020

25th January 6-10pm
22nd Febuary 2-8pm
28th March 6-10pm
25th April 2-8pm
23rd May 6-10pm
27th June 2-8pm
25th July 6-10pm
22nd August 2-8pm
26th September 6-10pm
24th October 6-10pm
28th November 2-8pm

At St Martins in the Bullring, Edgbaston Street, Birmingham, B5 5BB.

Contact us at : info@burn247birmingham.uk or facebook.com/burn247brum

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