Welcome to Monyhull Church

Welcome to
Monyhull Church

Evangelical church in Kings Norton, Birmingham, preaching the Bible and sharing the good news of Jesus Christ

Service Info

We have two meetings each Sunday

Morning Service (11:00am)
Our service includes singing, praying to God and listening to the Bible being taught. A full creche and childrens' programme is provided for children up to 11 years old.

This is a varied programme of events commencing 6pm each Sunday. Please keep an eye on the website for details.

New Here This Sunday at Monyhull

Who we are

We are a community of ordinary people whose lives have been changed by the good news of Jesus Christ. Our greatest desire is to glorify God and share this message with people of all ages and backgrounds.

That desire is embodied in our mission statement - “to build a community of passionate disciples of Jesus Christ, equipping them to serve Him, in Monyhull, Birmingham and beyond.”

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Latest News

  • Big Questions evening: How do we know who we are?

    Sunday 26th November, 6pm. In our next Big Questions evening, David Shaw will be tackling the question 'How…

  • Coffee Morning

    Thursday 7th December, 10am. Come along for coffee, mince pies and a Christmas message. A crèche is provided…

  • Monyhull Christmas Fair

    Saturday 25th November 11am-3pm. Fun for all the family Come and meet some real nativity animals Christmas refreshments…

Our stories

Read stories from our members who have had their lives transformed by a relationship with Jesus

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Sunday talks

Listen to the Bible clearly explained and what that means for our lives with our sunday teaching recordings

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Latest Talk

Division of the Land

12th November 2017 ()

Bible Text: Joshua 13-19 |


Our blog

A mix of subjects, the church blog has something for everyone with contributions from church members

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God’s Good Design

Big Questions

Join us to discuss some big objections to the Christian faith. A 20-30 minute talk will be followed by open discussion, in which you can ask any question, make any comment, or just sit and listen.

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