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Four Oaks Methodist Church

A beacon for Christ 

radiating the love of God

through worship, word and witness

Our Mission Statement

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WELCOME

There are services in church on Sunday and Wednesday mornings and you are warmly invited to join us - visit the Come to Church Page for details and for other activities see the Information Page for the latest details.

Don't forget that you can also visit us on FacebookWe also Tweet (or can you X?) 

Email the office at fouroakschurch@outlook.com

We are an active Methodist church in the Four Oaks part of Sutton Coldfield, serving the communities of Mere Green and Four Oaks in the northernmost part of Birmingham. The menu will help you find out more about where we are and what we do.

Please have a look at the Frequently Asked Questions page If you have a question about what our church is like that isn't covered though, or the answer isn't helpful, please tell the website editor. We'll do our best to answer, and we'll update the FAQs for the future.

Although our sturdy old church looks very traditional you will find our facilities are all new. As part of our calling to serve our community, when they aren't in use for services all our rooms are available for rent by getting in touch with our manager on that link or look out for the "book a room" buttons.

Prayer Line

If you would like someone to pray for you, or with you, or for a particular concern that is on your heart

 

email the prayer line at fomcprayer@gmail.com

the new steps.png

WELCOME

There are services in church on Sunday and Wednesday mornings and you are warmly invited to join us - visit the Come to Church Page for details and for other activities see the Information Page for the latest details.

Don't forget that you can also visit us on FacebookWe also Tweet (or can you X?) 

Email the office at fouroakschurch@outlook.com

We are an active Methodist church in the Four Oaks part of Sutton Coldfield, serving the communities of Mere Green and Four Oaks in the northernmost part of Birmingham. The menu will help you find out more about where we are and what we do.

Please have a look at the Frequently Asked Questions page If you have a question about what our church is like that isn't covered though, or the answer isn't helpful, please tell the website editor. We'll do our best to answer, and we'll update the FAQs for the future.

Although our sturdy old church looks very traditional you will find our facilities are all new. As part of our calling to serve our community, when they aren't in use for services all our rooms are available for rent by getting in touch with our manager on that link or look out for the "book a room" buttons.

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Help us refurbish our beautiful organ

You might not know how significant our wonderful church organ is. It was built in 1914 by a well known Norfolk company Norman & Beard who became part of Hill Norman and Beard. They were a famous manufacturer and built organs for many churches and cathedrals around the world, and our organ is a distinguished part of their legacy. 

It was last refurbished in the 1970s and needs another overhaul to see it through for generations to come. 

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Some grants can assist with the cost of this, which is £75,000 altogether. But to access that help we need to raise the first £40,000 ourselves. That's a lot, but we've made a fantastic start and we're well past the half way stage. 

You'll see this logo used as part of our fundraising. If you click the logo you can visit the page we have added to our website that tells you all about it.

Our Photograph Album

Prayer Line

If you would like someone to pray for you, or with you, or for a particular concern that is on your heart

 

email the prayer line at fomcprayer@gmail.com

Be a Life Saver

Thanks to Alison for teaching many of us life-saving skills recently. If she can come again, make sure you attend, because the more of us who have those basic skills and the confidence to administer CPR or use the publicly accessible defibrillator we have on the outside of our building the greater chance that if there is ever an emergency a life may be saved.

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