Service of Praise and Worship

Every Sunday at 10 a.m.
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29 Beauchamp Road, Billesley, Birmingham
Billesley Common
Birmingham

You are welcome to join us for Sunday Worship at Holy Cross as we live stream from church through our Face Book page.
We are family friendly and can offer children's activities on line using ROOTS material with permission
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The photo shown was taken inside Holy Cross at Pentecost, 2019.

At Holy Cross Church our intention is to continue to keep our community safe and we ask that you will join us in personal responsibility by wearing masks in church when moving around, using hand gel which is provided and abiding by the one way system. We thank you for your co operation.
Our in-church services will be livestreamed via Face Book and we will include an activity and prayer for children and families linked to our themed Sunday Worship.

First Sunday All Ages and family friendly Holy Communion
Second, third, fifth Sundays Common Worship Holy Communion
Fourth Sunday is a reflective Service of the Word
Children are valued in church and as we are currently unable to offer any shared toys, we ask if carers would bring some quiet toys for babies and toddlers at this time.

We have an act of worship every week, mostly incorporating Holy Communion.

Live streamed service Family Friendly

Holy Week 2022

Sunday 10 April 2022 at 10 a.m. for 1hr
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29 Beauchamp Road, Billesley, Birmingham
Billesley Common
Birmingham

As we enter Holy Week this year, there is something for everyone at Holy Cross:
Palm Sunday, All Age Worship at 10am
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday evenings at 7.30pm Services of Prayer & Reflection
On Maundy Thursday at 6.30pm a light dinner will be served, which will include foot washing and an informal Holy Communion. A Prayer vigil will follow around 8pm.
On Good Friday at 10am there will be an interactive Messy Church journey with Jesus to the Cross, using all our senses and using indoor and outdoor space.
A Reflective Service, 'An Hour at The Cross' at 2pm will include music and prayer.