An overview of our regular Sunday Services is below and details of our services for the coming week can be found here - click here
10 am at St Philip's Church, Dorridge and at St James' Church, Bentley Heath
"Inclusive Celebrations For All Ages" - The ethos of our 10 am services at St Philip's and St James' is to worship together as a united family.
We seek to make our 10 am service appropriate for all ages, the style and content comes in a variety of styles and traditions, and we are especially welcoming to families with children.
Our music and worship seeks to be contemporary, but with a solid, traditional background, and we aim for our preaching and teaching to be relevant, accessible and able to be applied to our daily lives.
After the service we meet together to have refreshments, catch up, and get to know each other.
We have children's and youth groups offering age appropriate worship opportunities and learning activities during the 10 am service.
6.30 pm at St James' Church, Bentley Heath
"A Friendly and Traditional Worship Encounter With God" - This is a safe, traditional and friendly place, with a quiet spiritual core, which offers a variety of worship over the month including services with, and without, communion and services specifically focussed on healing prayer.
We have a small, growing, friendly and committed congregation, and this service is a great place to come together and encounter God.
Midweek Service: 10 am Wednesday at St George & St Teresa Catholic Church
"Holy Communion" - This is a small, quiet, welcoming, and caring space where we meet with each other and God, and come around the communion table together. Our friends at St George & St Teresa have invited us to use their church while St Philip's is unavailable during the building project.
Breakfast Church takes place on the first Sunday of the month, 8.45am at St James' Bentley Heath, and lasts for an hour.
Breakfast Church is for people of all ages, it is relaxed, interactive and fun. We start with breakfast (cereal, pastries, juice, tea & coffee) and meet around tables.
Second Sunday of the month
at St James' Church, Bentley Heath
An informal afternoon for families to come to church together, to share in a variety of games and craft activities, a short act of worship and prayer based around a bible story, and always ending by eating together.