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Introduction 

Birmingham Methodist Circuit is a big organisation made up of 3,000 members in 34 churches. There are lots of brilliant activities and events going on as well as lots of groups which we run together. Find out more about what has been happening recently below.

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The latest news

Use the page numbers at the bottom to browse through our news archives.

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Exciting News from Lyndon

A news story about a former member at Lyndon Methodist Church who has now been appointed Lay Pastor within the Coventry and Nuneaton Circuit.

Superintendents Letter - 23rd September 2020

This weeks letter comes following our Circuit Assembly this past Saturday, the 19th, at which the morning was spent discussing how we might move forward as a circuit with the challenges we are currently facing.
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Good News Stories - Edition Three

In this time of much challenge, sadness and grief, we also want to remember the good news stories and positive things which are happening throughout our communities. Below is our third short collection of good news stories.
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Superintendents Letter - 22nd July 2020

Below is this week's letter from our Superintendents, a reflection on the questions that the Coronavirus pandemic has raised about modern society, humankind and the role of the body of Christ.
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Superintendents Letter - 15th July 2020

Below is this week's letter from our Superintendents, a reflection on our journey as a more digital community and also on the departure to new stations and roles of some of our wonderful team.
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Superintendents Letter - 8th July 2020

Below is this week's letter from our Superintendents, a follow up to Racial Justice Sunday and the inspiring and challenging Racial Justice District Service which many of us joined in with this week.
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Superintendents Letter - 1st July 2020

Below is this week's letter from our Superintendents, all about the importance of focussing on the injustices of our society and world, and sharing an invitation to a gathering to discuss it.