to the Anglican Parish of St Patrick, Salter Street
We are an Anglican parish within the Birmingham Diocese. We serve the communities of Cheswick Green, Dickens Heath, Monkspath, Blythe Valley, Illshaw Heath, and parts of Earlswood.
We are a welcoming church that puts God at the centre of all that we do and reaches out to everyone in the community. We look forward to welcoming you to our beautiful church.
Sunday 11th February Holy Communion with Junior Church at 10am
Sunday 18th February Holy Communion, with Junior Church at 10am
Sunday 25th February Holy Communion with Junior Church at 10am
Sunday 3rd March Family service with Holy Communion at 10am
There will be refreshments in the Undercroft after the services
All are welcome at our services.
For more details of our general service pattern, see here.
Services for Lent and Easter
Wednesday 14th February Ash Wednesday service 7.30pm
Sunday 10th March Mothering Sunday Holy Communion with Junior Church at10am
Sunday 17th March St Patrick's Day Holy Communion with Junior Church at 10am
Sunday 24th March Palm Sunday service at 10am
Monday 25th - Wednesday 27th March Holy Week Reflections Services at 7.30pm
Thursday 28th March Maundy Thursday Service at 7.30pm
Friday 29th March Good Friday hour by the Cross prayers and Bible reflection at 2pm
Sunday 31st March Easter Sunday Service 10am
Winter Silent Auction results will be announced in church on 11th February
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Please find details of our safeguarding policies here
We are grateful to everyone who gives so generously to support the church. Your help will allow us to continue our work of "Growing God's Kingdom" in this community, and ensure St. Patrick's is here for future generations.
Further information on giving can be found here.
We support Sparkhill Foodbank
We regularly take desperately needed non-perishable food items to the Sparkhill Foodbank. Items must be in date and not damaged.
They can be brought into church on Sunday mornings.
Items they need can be found here.
Your Health & Safety
You will continue to find hand sanitiser available when you enter and leave the church. It is also available on pew ends so that you can use it before receiving communion. Communion is being administered in a very safe way, allowing a choice of receiving at the high altar or in your seats. Further information can be found here.