The Reverend Canon Andrew Gorham, Interim Priest in Charge of St Paul’s Church, is leaving after three years. He will be sorely missed by the whole Jewellery Quarter community and we wish him all the best for the future. I have had a very happy stay at St Pauls over the last two and a … Read more Farewell from Andrew Gorham
St Paul’s Church, a Grade 1 listed building, has stood at the heart of the Jewellery Quarter in Birmingham for 240 years. As part of Birmingham Heritage Week, the St.Paul’s Summer Fete will see the grounds of the church thrown open for a public picnic with plenty of fun-filled activities. The Summer Fete will help fundraise … Read more Pick Up a Picnic and Raise the Roof for St Paul’s Church!
In this blog we sat down with Reverand Conan Chitham, the newly appointed Assistant Priest at St Paul’s Church, to understand more about his background and what his new role will entail. To find out more about the ongoing programme of events and services at St Paul’s Church please visit their website. Meet Reverend Conan … Read more St Paul’s Church Welcomes Rev Conan Chitham
In this month’s Guest Blog the Revd Canon Andrew Gorham, Interim Priest in Charge of St Paul, writes about his experience and plans for the Grade I listed church. For more information visit their website or download the Easter Events Leaflet for April. St Paul’s Church in the Jewellery Quarter Birmingham I arrived at … Read more Guest Blog: St Paul’s Church
Happy Halloween! Nothing says spooky like a cemetery and in the Jewellery Quarter we are lucky enough to have three of them at Warstone Lane, Key Hill and St Paul’s Church. Each one with their own unique stories to tell of the people who lived and worked in the Quarter. Why not visit for yourself … Read more Halloween in the Jewellery Quarter
St Paul’s Church, the beautiful Grade I listed building which sits on top of the last remaining Georgian Square in Birmingham, St Paul’s Square, has announced a new series of events. Most of you know St Pauls Church and many of you have walked by, probably having never been inside. However, in addition to regular … Read more St Paul’s Church Announces Events Calendar