Serving the Community

Christians of diverse backgrounds are standing together alongside the most vulnerable across the many neighbourhoods and communities of our city region.

This page celebrates the different activities and offers opportunities to serve others.

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07 April 2021

‘Hope at Home’ helps slavery survivors

‘Hope at Home’ is staging an informal meeting via Zoom at 7.30pm next Tuesday, 13 April, to explore what hosting…

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07 April 2021

New Befriending Coordinator for ‘Restore’

On Tuesday 6 April, Catherine Bridgwood took up the role of Befriending Co-ordinator at ‘Restore.’ Restore is a project of…

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24 March 2021

Street Pastors’ branch to launch in Erdington

Members of churches in Erdington are preparing to train as Street Pastors. The launch of the group will take place…

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Standing in the Gaps

Get Involved

Local Churches and Christian organisations support a wide array of activites supporting vulnerable and marginalised people in our city region, including people facing homelessness, modern slavery, food poverty, debt issues, isolation, learning disabilities, addiction, mental health issues, a criminal record and unemployment.  You are encouraged to contact the churches or organisations who appear on this page for information about volunteering or getting involved with their activities.

Resources

Standing in the Gaps

Thrive Together Birmingham aims to support and grow the movement of individuals, churches and organisations who, motivated by their faith, are committed to addressing issues of poverty and to playing their part in helping their neighbourhoods to flourish

Caritas works across the Catholic Archdiocese of Birmingham by supporting disadvantaged and vulnerable people in local communities.