St Cuthbert's Church has served the community, since 1973, not only as a place of prayer and worship but also as a base for many other activities and organisations that bring together residents on Castle Vale.
The Parish is In The Pastoral and Sacramental Care of The Bishop of Ebbsfleet and St Cuthbert's offers both regular services and services for the stages of life (such as weddings, baptisms and funerals). Details can be found on the Church Services page.
The church building has a modern interior which gives a light, airy space for worship. It also has two halls used by different organisations for a variety of activities. The church halls are available for hire, please contact the Hall Bookings Secretary for information.
For help with all enquiries please see the Church Contacts.
The County of Warwick Squadron No. 605 was originally formed in October 1926 at RAF Castle Bromwich. Forty years later Castle Vale was developed on the site of the RAF base. St Cuthbert's became home to the Squadron’s Colour, War Memorial and Roll of Honour.
For more information about the Squadron, please visit:
Regular Events at St Cuthbert
|Monday||10:00 am||Reader's Fellowship|
|Tuesday||5:15 pm||Beavers [6 - 8 years]|
|6:45 pm||Cubs [8 - 101/2 years]|
|Wednesday||10:00 am||Coffee after the 9:30 am Eucharist|
|5:15 pm||Beavers [6 - 8 years]|
|6:15 pm||Cubs [8 - 101/2 years]|
|7:30 pm||Scouts [101/2 - 14 years]|
|Thursday||5:30 pm||Slimming World|
Regular Events at St George
|Sunday||4:00 pm||St John’s @ Minworth|
|Tuesday||6:00 pm||Weight Watchers|
|Thursday||10:00 am||Coffee after the 9.30 am Eucharist|
The Parish Safeguarding Policy
St Cuthbert's Place, Castle Vale, Birmingham B35 7PL
Telephone: +44(0)121 747 4041
Gospel from the Easter Garden
It was very early on the first day of the week and still dark, when Mary of Magdala came to the tomb.
She saw that the stone had been moved away from the tomb and came running to Simon Peter and the other disciple, the one Jesus loved.
"They have taken the Lord out of the tomb," she said "and we don't know where they have put him." So Peter set out with the other disciple to go to the tomb.
They ran together, but the other disciple, running faster than Peter, reached the tomb first; he bent down and saw the linen cloths lying on the ground, but did not go in.
Simon Peter who was following now came up, went right into the tomb, saw the linen cloths on the ground, and also the cloth that had been over his head; this was not with the linen cloths but rolled up in a place by itself.
Then the other disciple who had reached the tomb first also went in; he saw and he believed.
Till this moment they had failed to understand the teaching of scripture, that he must rise from the dead.