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Thank you for visiting our website. People have been worshipping in the church in Streetly since 1910. Now, as then, we are linked by a common desire to know and serve Jesus Christ. If you want to know more about us you are warmly encouraged to come to our Sunday Services at 10:30 am. We welcome people who are seeking God as well as those who wish to grow in their faith.

 

Letter from the Manse


Easter

Our minister Alan's Easter letter is avilable here.


Sunday Sunday 31 May 2020

10.30am : Birmingham Methodist District service

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Service Sheet
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Sutton Park Circuit Service Sheet

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11.30am Streetly Methodist Church

Kirsten and Dave have set up a zoom meeting for a get-together / informal service. The idea is that this will be a the equivalent of coffee time after church but it will be a bit more structured and probably have a hymn, a prayer and a reading. Hopefully it will feel informal and very relaxed.

Link for Zoom meeting or if you prefer to do it manually on zoom the Meeting ID is 921 118 3134 and password 123456.

This meeting requires Zoom version 5 so you may wish to log on slightly early early if you not not already updated.

4.00pm : Junior Church

An opportunity for primary aged children to worship and share what they have been doing. Co-ordinated thid week by by Kirsten Newman

Please encourage you children and grandchildren to be part of this gathering. For safeguarding reasons please text or Whatsapp Rev Malcolm Oliver 07957 25228 or Deacon Rachel

We will be following the these safeguarding guidelines set down by the Scout Association. (See below)

Faith Formation Resources for the Seventh Sunday of Easter
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Faith Formation Resources for the Seventh Sunday of Easter

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6.30pm: Evening Circuit Service

Circuit service joined by Churches Together Erdington. Preacher: Revd Ann Richardson (Area Dean: Aston and Sutton)

The service is on YouTubeYou can also also access via link posted on our website or Facebook page./


Other Resources

Word on the Word

Reading the Readings with the Rev Stephen Froggat


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Sutton Park Circuit Word on the Word
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Daily Prayer

People from around the Circuit are making a commitment to stop what they are doing at midday to say The Lord's Prayer in their homes. This is a simple way of praying together, knowing that others are praying at the same time too. On Sundays, the invitation is to pray at 9am instead of noon. Why not join them? Do tell others about it too - especially those not using internet-based connections.

Pray without ceasing. (1 Thess. 5:17)

Ascension Day to Pentecost

From Ascension day (21st May) until Pentecost (31st May) we are invited to be part of global prayer initiative called THY KINGDOM COME. https://www.thykingdomcome.global. How about committing yourself to spending at least a little time in prayer?

Vine at Home

A short act of worship for use in peoples homes while churches are closed.

Vine at Home
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Pentecost

Video filmed in Birmingham: includes Anglican and Catholic Bishops. https://www.dropbox.com/s/z0i0v3xilxo3k34/HQPentecostProjectFINALV2.mov?dl=0

Bible society Pentecost Video https://www.biblesociety.org.uk

Guidance on Opening Churches

The Trustees for Methodist Church purposes have produce a document about opening our Churches.

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Re-opening of Methodist Churches

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Scout Association Guidelines:

  1. There must be a minimum of two leaders in the meeting from start to finish.
  2. Zoom has a minimum age rating of 16. Primary school children can use if the parent signs up. 'Their parents must set up the required accounts and remain nearby throughout the meeting'.
  3. If you are calling from home and there are other people around, make sure those people are dressed appropriately and know how to behave when you are talking to young people. It might be best to ask them to stay out of the room that you are making the call from. Make sure your background space is child-friendly, ensuring nothing inappropriate is on display. You should not be drinking alcohol or have alcohol in the video.
  4. Make sure your background space is child-friendly, ensuring nothing inappropriate is on display.
  5. You should not be drinking alcohol or have alcohol in the video
  6. For primary School children , a parent should be present in the room.

Good Friday Walk of Witness

For those who missed it on Good Friday it is still available on YouTtube,


Annual Church Meeting

The Annual Church Meeting should have taken place on the 29th March, but because of the Corona virus did not happen.

We do not have a new date yet.

The ACM Booklet is now avilable for you to read.


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Online Version