'Let your light shine' Matthew 5:16
Kings Norton Parish
Kings Norton is a large Anglican parish on the southern edge of Birmingham, England. It sits astride the border between Birmingham and rural Worcestershire. At its heart, for the last 900 years, has stood St Nicolas' Church. This ancient building is in daily use and highly visible, widely known and woven into the stories of many people. It stands as a living sign of Christ’s shelter, hope and welcome at the heart of a thriving community.
You'll find our church friendly and welcoming. If you're unfamiliar with Christian worship, there's no need to feel apprehensive. There's a place for everybody, including those who prefer to sit quietly and listen. This is your church and we want you to feel comfortable when you're here.
If you're the gregarious type, then of course there are opportunities to have a chat over tea or coffee after a morning service or to play a more active role. If you prefer, you can slip away at the end.
On most occasions, a service booklet will be provided. It will help you to understand what is happening and when, and it will provide the congregation with words to say or sing at certain points. You need never feel lost or out of your depth and you do not have to join in.
And the dress code? We don't really have one, but "smart casual" comes close. The days of "Sunday best" are over.
To find out more click on the link: https://www.kingsnorton.org.uk/