Church of England Diocese of Birmingham Saint Patrick, Salter Street

St Patrick's Church Salter Street

Welcome to the parish of St. Patrick's, Salter Street. 

Here at St Patrick’s we are committed to:

The care, nurture of and respectful pastoral ministry with all children and adults.The safeguarding and protection of all children, young people and adults when they are vulnerable.The establishing of safe, caring communities which provide a loving environment where there is a culture of informed vigilance as to the dangers of abuse.

We will carefully select and train all those with any responsibility within the Church, in line with safe recruitment principles, as defined by relevant legislation and the Church of England policies.

The parish ensures that all those authorised to work with children

are appropriately recruited according to safe recruitment practice trained and supported; 

The parish also ensures that

There is appropriate insurance cover for all activities involving children undertaken in the name of the parish The implementation of the safeguarding policy, its procedures and good practice are reviewed at least annually

The Parochial Church Council of the Parish of St Patrick’s Church, Salter Street, agreed to adopt all of the House of Bishops’ safeguarding policy and practice guidance and The Church of England – Birmingham’s procedures for their implementation on 2nd August 2021

 Safeguarding Telephone Numbers: Sarah Perry – Safeguarding Coordinator: 07719 942597 or Revd Denise Jones: 07747 385006 or Stephanie Haines – Diocesan Safeguarding Adviser: 07342 993844 Parish Safeguarding Children and Young Adults Officer can be contacted through one of the above.For more details please follow our website .

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St Patrick's Church, Salter Street, Earlswood, Solihull,

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Holy Communion & Singing

Every Sunday at 10 a.m. for 1h
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Salter Street,

Each Sunday morning St. Patrick’s offers a service of Holy Communion at 10 am . The first and third Sunday of the month are specifically family oriented and the second , fourth & fifth Sunday of the month are more traditional when children are invited to go into Junior Church activities for the first part of the service , however , all are welcome at any of our services . We look forward to welcoming friends old and new 🙏🙏

Eucharist/Holy Communion Organ Common Worship Event held in a Church

We are delighted to announce that after much prayer, consultation with our church members and support from our Parochial Church Council St. Patrick's services has now resumed to pre- Covid19 congregational singing.

22 Nov 2021, 6 p.m.
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