This Weeks News

Streets for Prayer

Cheriton Grove, Rowton Avenue, Paxton Avenue, Foster Green


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Teddy Bear Church

for pre-school children and their parents/carers on Monday at 9.30am - come along for fun, games, craft, bible story, song and free play.


Midday Prayer

On Monday at 12 noon.


Messy Tea

On Monday at 2pm is our next Messy Tea, for all who have left school! Please join us for worship, craft, tea and chat!


Morning Prayer

On Wednesday at 9am.


ECC Meeting

On Thursday at 8pm, please pray for our church council as they meet.


Church Meeting

Our next church meeting, an opportunity to catch up with the latest news and share thoughts, is on Sunday at 12 noon.


The Gathering

Our quiet, reflective service will take place at 4pm on Sunday.



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Midday Prayer

On Monday 21st at 12 noon.


Morning Prayer

On Wednesday 23rd at 9am.


Holy Communion

On Thursday 24th January at 11am is our next midweek service of Holy Communion


Funeral Arrangements for the late Kate Reeve

Rev’d Julia is taking Kate’s funeral at Stourbridge Crematorium on Friday 25th January at 1.30pm. This is the best location for Kate’s sister and family. We have therefore arranged to have a Memorial Service at The Church At Perton on Thursday 24th January at 4pm to enable local folks to gather, remember and give thanks for Kate.


Covenanting Churches Annual Service and AGM

This annual service with all the other churches in our local covenant of churches takes place on Sunday 27th January at 4pm at Christ Church, followed by a short AGM. Please do come along if you’re able to…..  There will be no 4pm service here at Perton on that Sunday afternoon.



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An Amazing Opportunity...

On Saturday 23rd March we are very privileged to welcome the Rev’d John Proctor, General Secretary of the URC, as he joins us to give us a day’s Bible teaching on the Book of Acts. 10am-3pm at church. Please bring a packed lunch and please invite friends from the area - an opportunity not to be missed!

Fish n Chips & Win Saha’s Poetry Evening

On Saturday 2nd February at 6pm we are going to enjoy fish and chips together at a cost of £5 - booking for this is essential! Please see Penny for tickets. Then at 7pm, as part of Wolverhampton Literary Festival, we are hosting a recital of wonderful Win Saha’s poetry. This part is free but donations will be collected for charity.  


,,,, Help!!!  Friends of Win Saha Poetry Evening

As you’ll have heard, as part of the Wolverhampton Literary Festival, we are hosting an evening celebrating wonderful Win’s poetry. Ranjan and Rev’d Julia are going to be arranging this in the next couple of weeks, choosing the poems and so on. As you know Win wrote literally thousands of poems, so we thought that perhaps one way of choosing is to ask people to let us know their favourite poem - or one of their favourite poems. There’s no guarantee that every poem everyone mentions can be used as we only have an hour(!), but it’d be really wonderful to hear what some of your favourites are. Please let Rev’d Julia know in the next week. Thank you for your help in this special evening.


Dementia Friendly Church Awareness Course:

We are hosting this 4 session course, open to all local churches, which will teach us a little about dementia and help us to assess how we’re doing, and what we could do better, as churches, to serve those with dementia and their carers. Wednesdays: 13 & 27 February; 13 & 27 March, 7.30pm.


Lent Course: ‘Lifting the Lid’:

This Bible study course is produced by the charity ‘Livability’, which connects people with their communities tackling social exclusion and the barriers that cause this in the lives of disabled and vulnerable people. Did you know that one in four of us will have a diagnosable mental health condition in our lifetime? ‘Lifting the Lid’ is a great resource, a six week Bible study course focused on faith and mental health, created to help church small groups use the Bible as a guide to emotional and mental wellbeing. People can be wary of sharing their experiences, and opening discussions can be challenging, but churches can play a key role in lifting the lid on mental health, by creating spaces that listen and welcome.

The course will be run at two times and people can swap between them if necessary:

Tuesdays at 7.30pm: 12th 19th & 26th March; 2nd, 9th & 16th April

Wednesdays at 10.30am: 13th, 20th & 27th March; 3rd, 10th & 17th April

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