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Walks of Witness 2024

Birmingham City Centre Walk of Witness

Please note that all times after the 10am start are approximate depending on numbers and the weather.

10.00am – The Church at Carrs Lane – Stations 1 & 2
10.30am – Pause on High Street – Stations 3 & 4
10.40am – Pause outside Spec Savers on New Street – Stations 5 & 6
11.00am – Outside The Council House – Stations 7 & 8
11.25am – Outside/Inside St Philip’s Cathedral – Stations 9 & 10
12.00pm – St Chad’s Cathedral – Last 4 Stations


Churches Together in B30


Churches Together in Harborne


Churches Together in Kings Heath

The Walk of Witness on Good Friday, starting at the New Life Baptist Church (opposite ASDA) at 11.15 and walking to All Saints.


Churches Together in Erdington

Good Friday (29th March)  10.30am: The walk will start from the end of the High Street (Village Green/Oikos) and will conclude with a joint Service at St Barnabas church on the High Street.


Churches Together in Handsworth

The Walk of Witness is an annual event that brings Christians from different denominations together to tell our community the Good News at Easter. We meet at the heart of the diverse community of Handsworth to actively take part in the Good Friday Walk of Witness.

More details to follow.


Churches Together in Northfield

Meet at 10.45 outside the McDonalds on the High Street


Churches Together in Hall Green
Meet at 11:30 at the Quakers/Friends Meeting house on Stratford Road

Churches Together in Berkswell and Balsall Common

We start at 10 30 at St Peter’s Church, Holly Lane.  There is a short service in St Peter’s Church before the walk begins stopping at various points for a reading and singing Easter hymns.  Walk concludes at Methodist Church in Station Road, Balsall Common. There is an option of staying for a simple lunch in Methodist Church or leaving.  People can give a donation for lunch if they wish and this goes to Christian Aid.


Salvation Army

The Salvation Army Birmingham Citadel will be holding an indoor service at 10:30am and an outdoor service on High St Birmingham at 12:00 (weather permitting)

 

 


Churches Together in Redditch

Starting at 1000 from Redditch Baptist Church and concluding at the War Memorial outside of St Stephens church in the town centre, which will conclude at 1300.  This is then followed by soup and roll in the church, which is then followed by a reflective service at St Stephens.  The walk goes through the town, including outside the town hall where all the councillors have been invited for the Christians in Redditch to pray for them.


Please let us know of other walks, so that we may include them in the list above via enquiries@birminghamchurches.org.uk

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