We had a difficult decision to make a few weeks ago. Churches were given the option to stay open or to close during the current lockdown … More Many views, one body
Until recent times I’ve been a law-abiding citizen without having to think too much about it. And when I have needed to check the rules, the highway code, say, I could be fairly confident that it wouldn’t have changed by the next week … More Law and order?
Here are the hymns and service for morning worship at St Margaret’s on Sunday 23 August. … More Trinity 11: Who do you say I am?
It was a wet and windy Friday in October and I was in the middle of Birmingham on a mission to buy fabrics at the famous Rag Market. Due to the extensive road works and speed restrictions on the M6 it had been a long drive down from Manchester, and I really needed a pit … More St Martin in the Bullring, Birmingham
Not everyone has the luxury of privacy whilst “doing their business” … More Toilet Twinning
This interactive sermon was given by Rev Deborah on Sunday 7 May 2017. You can watch it here. Alternatively, the text will follow soon.
After the sermon, some Sunday School Singers sang “The Lord’s My Shepherd” (Psalm 23) – words and music by Stuart Townend … More The Good Shepherd