Welcome to All Saints Church
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Monday: No Mass today
Tuesday: No Mass today
Our Parish Mass is our main event of the week and starts
Sunday at 10:30am
Contact All Saints:
Please feel free to contact us if you are interested in visiting us or would like to book any of the services we offer.
You can contact the Clergy or PCC in writing at the following address;
172 Herbert Road,
Fr. Oliver, Tel: 0121 772 0621
Fr. Anthony, Tel: 07472 463841
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Sponsorships of lamps and flowers in church is a thoughtful way of remembering happy or sad occasions. To make your own dedications, please add them to the book at the back of church. For flowers, please ensure that your donation reaches Irene Horton; for lamps, please place it in the boxes attached to the candle stands.
A time to be born and a time to die.... a time to weep and a time to laugh..... Most of us have times in our lives when:
- our children are born and we want to give thanks to God
- our relationships need to be strengthened or made permanent before God
- someone significant in our lives is very ill or dies
- we want to celebrate or give thanks
- we are low and need encouragement
- we want to find meaning and purpose, to change and to know who we really are
Please note that Baptisms, Weddings and Blessings are all arranged by seeing the Parish Secretary on Sunday Mornings after attending the regular 10:30am Mass. Telephone enquiries or email requests are, or course, possible but firm bookings are made in person by coming to All Saints on a convenient Sunday.
Please make sure that any family/friends wishing to make bookings are aware of this.
18th February - Ash Wednesday
23-24 February - Archbishop of Canterbury visiting Birmingham
29th March-4th April - Holy Week
5th April - Easter Day
5th July - Fr. Anthony's Ordination to the Priesthood