Church of England Diocese of Birmingham St. Chad Rubery

St Chad

We are a friendly, welcoming Church of England church right in the heart of Rubery who would love the opportunity to welcome you! As a church we are working together to get to know God through Jesus and to make God known in this community.

We hope that everyone who visits feels comfortable enough to share in our worship, to get to know us and above all, to start to get to know God. Our much-loved, accessible building (completed in 1959) is light, airy and (we think) beautiful. So there’s no excuse not to come in and say hello!

We gather at 10am on Sunday mornings for a service of Holy Communion, during which we remember the last meal that Jesus had with his friends before he died. The service lasts about an hour and ten minutes and there are hymns, prayers, bible readings and a short talk. There is also a Sunday Club for children and some weeks the children take an active part in the service. We also hold a shorter, ‘said’ (no hymns!) service of Holy Communion on a Tuesday at 11am and a quiet, reflective service at 8pm on a Wednesday evening.

If you’re planning to get married, have a child Christened or if you’re getting married elsewhere and need your banns of marriage reading in Rubery, please do give Rev’d Claire a call.

There’s plenty more too – Bingo on Wednesday afternoons, coffee mornings on the third Saturday of the month and an ongoing programme of special services and social events. We are also now a member of the Place of Welcome network in Birmingham and are open every Friday morning, from 10.00 am – 12.00. Please call in for a free drink, biscuit and a chat.

Get in touch

Revd. Claire Turner

The Vicarage 160A New Road Rubery Birmingham B45 9JA
0121 238 3168

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Holy Communion with Sunday Club

Every Every Sunday at 10 a.m. for 1hr

New Road
Rubery
Birmingham

During this welcoming, friendly service, we remember the last meal that Jesus had with his friends before he died. The service lasts about an hour and ten minutes and there are hymns, prayers, bible readings and a short talk. There is also a Sunday Club for children who are very very welcome!