What Should I Expect?
Our services start with a time of sung worship. While we are singing we take up our offering, because for us our giving is as much an act of worship as singing is. We expect guests not to give, but you are welcome to if you would like to. We share Communion most Sundays, during which we take bread and juice in remembrance of Jesus’ death and resurrection. After Communion, we hear a sermon, which will usually last around 30 minutes. After the sermon, we close with a song before enjoying a cup of coffee or tea together. We are currently beginning the process of linking our congregations to be one church in two locations.
What About My Kids?
We run children’s work during the service. We are all together during sung worship, and the children leave after Communion to go to their groups.
What About Accessibility?
We do our best to make sure our Sunday services are accessible to all. There are no steps to enter our building, and the entrance comes straight into our main hall. We are more than happy to remove chairs to make space for wheelchairs. Refreshments after the service are served in the main hall, and the toilets are located off the main hall as well. The room where our children’s work happens is down a short flight of stairs.
Can I Find You Via Public Transport?
Yes! We are situated on Weoley Castle Square, right next to Millennium Medical Centre. There is a bus stop just outside our gates, where the 29 and 48 stop.
Where Can I Park?
Unfortunately, we don’t have a large car park, but there are usually plenty of spaces on and around the Square.