News and Events


On Saturday 15 January, 9.30am start, there will be a WORKING PARTY in the church. There are lots of litrtle jobs to be done following the ceiling repairs in church.



The service when we welcomed Revd Charlotte Gibson, St Peter's new Curate. She was ordained as Deacon at Birmingham Cathedral on 26 June and presented to St Peter's on 27 June at the Patronal Festival





A huge thank you to the Junior Church children for their wonderful creations for our Greener St Peter’s logo. 

Congratulations to Romilly Rush for her wonderful design to give us all inspiration to create a greener St Peter's and a greener world.  


And now it's up to the rest of us. 


St Peter's is acting now, will you join us? 

We nearly have the Eco-church bronze award and are aiming for silver next year (details coming on the Greener St Peter's email circulation). 


But we can only do it with you. Let's all work together to reduce our harmful environmental impact as a church, in our homes and at work. 


Some ideas are: 

  Calculate your own Carbon footprint. This is a good one - Carbon Footprint Calculator  

Join our Greener St Peter’s communications and updates. To do so please email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and we’ll add you to the list. Thanks so much!  

  Write to your local MP to ensure they are in no doubt we care! 

  Many hands make light work, get involved where you can. We need your ideas! 


Diane Reeves, our newly Licensed Reader with Bishop David

Diane was licensed on Saturday 24 April in Birmingham Cathedral with her close family being able to attend the service, along with Keith Whitehead, (her sponsor), Revd Kate Stowe and Pete Brayshaw (Deanery Warden).



Easter 2021



As from April, the Sunday 10am Holy Communion service will be in Church (booking required).
Wednesdays 10am Church open for private prayer (no booking needed) No zoom service.


Our new Priest-in-Charge
Sunday 6 September 2020, at a service of Licensing by Rt Revd David Urquhart, Bishop of Birmingham,
Revd Kate Stowe was installed as Priest-in-Charge at St Peter's Harborne.


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June 2020

There is now a Prayer page on the website - click here: Prayer page

 Honouring the soldiers of The Great War 
From 2014 till 2019, the bell ringers of St. Peter’s Harborne are going to commemorate the lives of the servicemen who gave their lives during the First World War. See here for details.




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