St Barbara’s will be hosting a shared buffet tea from 4pm until 6pm next Sunday, 31st August. It is a chance to catch up with friends, to ‘share a scone’ with our Vicar (if you haven’t already), and for those young at heart to play a few games and share some fun. Some of our […]

The Bishop of Warwick, Rt. Rev’d John Stroyan, has sent a letter appealing for support for the Al-Ahli Hospital in Gaza. The hospital is run by the Diocese of Jerusalem and treats all in the local community regardless of faith or culture. The hospital is experiencing extreme shortages of medicine, fuel for generators, food for […]

A sponsored abseil from the roof of Coventry Cathedral is planned for Saturday, 11th October in aid of Christian Aid. CA needs at least 20 people to join the Dean in abseiling down. You can register at http://www.christianaid.org.uk/getinvolved/events/abseiling.aspx, where you will also find more details. If you don’t want to abseil, please encourage someone who […]

Buzz at St B’s is the name of our new Sunday afternoon family service that starts on 21st September at 5pm. We are looking for volunteers to help with making sandwiches and cakes, serving refreshments, helping with crafts and drama, and supervising after-service quizzes and games. If you would like to help, please let Tulo […]

Starting in September, Tulo will be leading two fortnightly prayer and discussion groups on a Wednesday and Thursday evening. One group will be exploring the Pilgrim course, a course that explores the basics of the Christian faith. The other group will be exploring in more depth the themes covered by the Sunday sermons. Neither group […]

Are you a knitter or want to learn and join this wonderful ministry? Please speak to Gill Boardman or ring her on 02476 473243. She would welcome any spare wool you may have; please put it in the box in the Mission Area. The idea is that you pray as you knit! When you have […]

When tragedy strikes anywhere in the world the first people to suffer are children. As charities work to alleviate the stress that prevails when catastrophes occur, they know that the simple gift of a hand-knitted teddy bear sends these children the message that someone in the world cares for them and that they are loved. […]

Many of you will know John, the Big Issue vendor who stands outside the Co-op in Earlsdon High Street. During school holidays his sales are normally down as regular customers are away. If you don’t normally buy a Big Issue, but could do so over the next few weeks, it would be a great help […]

Kairos send their thanks to everyone who has donated goods to their charity in recent weeks. They have been extremely short of items and the deliveries from St Barbara’s have been particularly welcomed – not only by their workers but especially by their clients. Desperate needs have been met. Many thanks to everyone for your […]