|S. George The Martyr, Minworth||
Week Beginning the
Thirtieth Sunday in
A prayer for all those affected by coronavirus
Keep us, good Lord,
under the shadow of your mercy.
Sustain and support the anxious,
be with those who care for the sick,
and lift up all who are brought low;
that we may find comfort
knowing that nothing can separate us from your love
in Christ Jesus our Lord.
Minworth is mentioned in the Domesday Book and is one of the oldest settlements in the region. It was formerly a detached hamlet of Curdworth and in 1909 the Bishop of
Birmingham dedicated the Church of St George on Minworth Green (a chapel of Curdworth). The historian William
Dargue described the building as "built in brick with stone dressings in a simple Early English style. There is a 3-lancet (liturgical) east window and a large 4-lancet west window in
Early English Gothic. The building is not geographically aligned east-west, the east end almost faces north. There is a bellcote above the entrance brought from Water Orton old church. It has a
single, one hundredweight tolling bell. The bell is inscribed: + I WILL SOVND AND CALL THE CONGREGATION 1709".
S. George has served the village of Minworth since 1909. It is now part of the Castle Vale Parish, with S. Cuthbert of Lindisfarne. The present incumbent is The Reverend Father James Cope S.S.C.
The Church is here for every part of life, including baptism, confirmation, marriage and funerals. There are however other times when people feel the need to come to God; Confession (the sacrament of reconciliation) is when people freely tell God what troubles them and hear his absolution. Some people wish to have their homes blessed, and others wish to hold a service to remember someone special. If you have any questions the clergy are happy to discuss any of these services.
|Formerly a detached hamlet of Curdworth, Minworth is mentioned in the Domesday Book and is one of the oldest settlements in the region.||Please see the links below and ask one of our greeters if you have any questions, or would like to speak to the Vicar:|
|S. George Church, Water Orton Lane,||Church Services|
|Minworth, Sutton Coldfield B76 9BU||Contacts|
|Tel: +44(0)121 747 4041||Coronavirus COVID-19|
|Parish News & Pew Sheets|
|RAF Squadron No 605|
|Mon||10:00 am||Reader's Fellowship|
|Tue||5:15 pm||Beavers [6 - 8 years]|
|6:45 pm||Cubs [8 - 101/2 years]|
|Wed||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]|
|Thu||5:30 pm||Slimming World|
|Sun||4.00 pm||S. John's @ Minworth [1st Sunday]|
|Thu||10:00 am||Coffee after the 9:30 am Eucharist|
The Church of England is committed to Promoting a Safer Church for everyone. Safeguarding is the action the Church takes to promote a safer culture.
We will seek to promote the welfare of children, young people and adults, work to prevent abuse from occurring, protect those that are at risk of being abused and respond well to those that have been abused. We will take care to identify where a person may present a risk to others, and offer support to them whilst taking steps to mitigate such risks.
If you have any concerns about a child, a young person, an adult who may be vulnerable or someone who works for or volunteers for the Church of England please contact:
Local parish contact:
Further Contact Numbers, Helplines & Websites:
Church of England/Safeguarding/Useful Links
Bishop's Safeguarding Adviser
T: 07342 993 844
|The Reverend Father James Cope S.S.C.||Vicar@stcuthbertsb35.org.uk|
|S. Cuthbert Hall Bookingsfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|S. George Hall Bookingsemail@example.com|
|S. Cuthbert Readerfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|S. Cuthbert PCC Secretaryemail@example.com|
|S. Cuthbert Treasurerfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|S. Cuthbert's Place, Castle Vale, Birmingham B35 7PL|
|S. George Church, Water Orton Lane, Minworth, Sutton Coldfield B76 9BU|
|Telephone: +44(0)121 747 4041|
S. George Church, Water Orton Lane, Minworth, Sutton Coldfield B76 9BU
Telephone: +44(0)121 747 4041