Minister Rev John Rowe

Thank you for visiting our website. People have been worshipping in the church in Streetly since 1905. Now, as then, we are linked by a common desire to know and serve Jesus Christ. If you want to know more about us you are warmly encouraged to come to one of our Sunday Services. We welcome people who are seeking God as well as those who wish to grow in their faith.


Letter from the Manse

Minister Sabttical

Rev John Rowe will be on sabbatical for 3 months from 1st May until 31st July. A sabbatical is a period away from the usual day to day job, for further study, reflection, recreation and time of renewal.

He will be out of contact during this time. Rev Alan Smithson, Rev Paul Bunstan and Rev Stephen Willey will take pastoral care for one month. In case of illness, please contact one of the stewards. Our thoughts and prayers will be with John and Liz as they share this time away. We send them on their way with our love and good wishes and trust that they will return refreshed and renewed.



Saturday 14th May 6.30p.m. Kurling - indoor curling evening including supper. Tickets: £6 adults, £3 children and £15 family including supper. Tickets available from Alison and Jenny

Christian Aid Lunch

Sunday 15th May following the Anniversary Service on May 15th. We would like volunteers to make soups, maybe 5 or 6 people, and volunteers to bring fruit salads for dessert, maybe another 5 or 6 people. We can then provide bread rolls, milk etc. Please let Rosie Rayner know if you are able ot help.

Worshihp Time

Form the beginning of March 2016 there will be one act of Worship at 10:30. This was agreeed at Chuch Council on 26 November 2105 and will be for a trial period of six months.

Church Project

PRAYER TIME There is to be an opportunity for us to pray together, to hold the ministry and life of Streetly Church before God, particularly at this important time in the life of this Church. This will be on Monday mornings at 9.30am for half an hour.

There will be a meeting of the Project Group on Monday May 16th at 8.00pm. This will be an opportunity to hear updates from the various sub groups, to hear more about the Eco Weekend planned for October 15th & 16th and to decide on our future plans.


Help with the Project by donating unwanted bits and pieces to be sold in cyberspace! If there are any items you would like to give, please hand to Brenda, Jill or Elizabeth at Church. A photo will be taken and the item entered into an on-line auction.

Thak you for all your items donated so far: we have sold handbags, walking boots, cothes, computer equipment and jewelry. Total raised so far: £100.