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Basement Project Winter Newsletter

We start this newsletter with a huge thank you to everyone who donated food, toiletries and other goods over the Christmas period. Every year the good people of Bromsgrove and surrounding districts amaze us with their generosity – and this year was no exception. In fact this year was the best ever! We had schools, churches and other organisations collecting on our behalf, families calling in with items, sometimes every hour, and even people deciding not to buy each other presents for Christmas but giving to Basement clients instead. Final word to one of our clients, Sarah, who said: “I couldn’t have afforded much this year and wasn’t really looking

Cafe and Quiet Room Open

The Methodist has a Cafe and Quiet Room which is open on Monday – Friday 10:00 – 15:00 and Saturday 10:00 – 12:30. Come along and enjoy a warm drink and something to eat, make new friends or have time for peaceful reflection. A warm welcome awaits.

Prayer Walk 2014

This year we will be supporting a Prayer walk around Bromsgrove between the 7th and 13th October. Participants are encouraged to go out in groups of at least 2 and plant stakes in the ground with short prayers on them.

Black Country Night

The Civic Head of the Council, Councillor Helen Jones and Mr Andrew Jones invite you to join them at a Black Country Night. In aid of the Civic Head’s charities – Pilgrim Bandits & Afasic Date Friday 24th January 2014  Arrival time: 7.00 pm for a 7.30pm start Location: Spadesbourne Suite, Council House, Burcot Lane, Bromsgrove, B60 1AA

CTIB Forum November 2013

St Godwald’s Church Finstall 13 November 2013. The Chair welcomed everyone and stated the format for the Evening. 1. Worship taken by Rev Carey Saleh She spoke about Halleluiah and its meaning, read Psalm 136 and sang the Gloria with everyone taking part. 2. Talk by Paul Norris on Grace Church This is a frontier Church formed in the 1960s. They embrace all and have many young families and teenagers, the latter who actually take notes during 45 minute sermons! They do not have a liturgy as such but preach the Word of God from the Scriptures. Their vision is to bring others to know the love of God, saying

Prayers for Bromsgrove

A group of Christians from across the churches meets every 2nd Monday of the month at 7:45pm to pray for Bromsgrove, the town and its people. Venues change, so please contact Nicola Martin for more information. Phone: 01562 777472 or email: