Welcome to Bearwood Chapel, Smethwick

  • Easter 2018

    We would love to see you at one of our special Easter week events. These include:
    Holy Week Communion, Wednesday 28th March at 10:30am
    Good Friday Breakfast and Communion, 30th March from 8:15am
    Nueva Vida Easter, Saturday 31st March 5pm
    Easter Sunday Celebration, 1st April, 10:30am
    A Messy Easter, 1st April 4pm.
    Easter Café, 1st April 7pm
    There will be a special Coffee Morning in the Community Café from 10am -12pm on Saturday 31st March. Pop in for coffee and home made cake with Joyce Lockwood. Funds raised will go towards the Community Café.
    Also watch out for a special “As yet untitled” event on Maundy Thursday




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    About Us

    Welcome!  We are a Bible teaching, multi-ethnic, family church with a desire to see the communities around Bearwood and Smethwick transformed by the Good news about Jesus Christ. We have a whole range of activities, groups, clubs and meetings throughout the week and a number of congregations meeting each weekend including:

    The 9:30 Service  -informal family friendly service

    11:15 Morning Worship  - family service with worship, bible teaching and Sunday Clubs

    Engage (5:00 pm)  -café style with food and discussion

    Sunday Night Church (6pm)  includes “Community Life” (6pm -7pm) food, prayer, conversation and praise followed by “Dig Deeper” – café style Bible discussion.

    Nueva Vida (Saturdays 5pm)  -Praise, prayer, fellowship and Bible teaching in Spanish. 

    Monday Group (2pm)  - Term time only, traditional service with short talk followed by tea and biscuits

    Explore our site for more details of our congregations and weekly activities. 

    Alternatively you can drop into one of our events at the Chapel or to our Community Café which is open most days each week at 445 Bearwood Road.

    You can also follow us on twitter @bearwoodchapel or like us on our facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/BearwoodChapel

    Take a look at our other website called Faithroots it is  all about how what we believe about God, us and the world around us (or doctrine/theology) has very practical and helpful implications for how we live our lives. To find out more go to this link Faithroots

    On faithroots.net you will also find information about training opportunities including our partnership with Union School of Theology  providing a learning community for the West Midlands leading to  a GDip qualification in Theology. For more details go to http://faithroots.net. net/training/ 








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