Our vision is to see our local community, transformed by the widespread experience of God’s grace. This local church being a gateway for the love, hope, peace and joy that come from Jesus Christ. Our vision is to be the ‘salt and light’ Jesus spoke of, right here in Great Barr; and to see the local church grow by the making of new followers of Jesus, who will love him and serve in his Kingdom. We seek the fulfilment of this vision by the Holy Spirit; through clear and contemporary teaching of Scripture, praise prayer and worship, and by sacrificial service to our local community, young and old, rich and poor. A church that will actively take a stand in the name of Jesus Christ against injustice and against evil. And demonstrate God’s love through social concern and action.

 

Under Data Protection legislation (General Data Protection Regulation, GDPR 2018) Tim Watson, Minister of Beeches Evangelical Church, is the Data Controller and can be contacted by calling 0121 357 2475 or emailing .

 

Data Protection legislation allows us to collect and process information as we regard it as being in the church’s legitimate interest. The information you supply will be securely stored either in paper or electronic format.  Only the Minister and church leaders will have access to this information.

We will not pass on this information to anyone else and these details will not be used in any other way other than you have consented to. You have the right to ask for any information we hold to be removed from our records at anytime.  You also have the right to request details of which information (if any) we have stored about you.

If you are concerned about the way your information is being handled please contact us using the above details. If you are still unhappy you have the right to complain to the Information Commissioners Office (www.ico.org.uk).

Birmingham is a city whose growth and prosperity arose with the industrial revolution. This was a period of invention and innovation. No surprise that in such changing times the city should adopt the phrase \'forward \' as its motto. There is also a great spiritual heritage in the city which has not just produced some great church leaders, but men of faith who have made a positive impact in the city and beyond such as George Cadbury, J R R Tolkien, and Joseph Chamberlain.

So although we are a small sub urban church we are part of a bigger picture, an unfolding story. And if you are able to visit us we hope that you will discover the truth of God\'s love for you, and your place in the story of our times.

We have two carol services this year.  This is a time for us to stop amid all of the busyness and reflect on the amazing fact that God chose to come to Earth in the form of a baby.  God did this so He would be able to repair the broken relationship between mankind and Himself.

 

Come and celebrate at out Family Carols service at 4pm on Sunday 16th December. 

 

 

The following Sunday we will be holding our annual Carols by Candlelight service at 6:30pm.