The Oasis Café is a place to pause in the middle of the week - an opportunity to come and get a drink and some pastries, and to enjoy an open time to chat and connect with others. No pressure, no charge, all welcome! It runs every Wednesday at South Street from 11am-12:30pm.
MNF is for those who are passionate about football, where all who play live with the mantra ‘Play Hard, Play Fair’. All are welcome on a Monday night, 7:15pm for a 7:30pm kick-off at the Holders Lane Playing Fields. Click here to find where we play.
Launched in 2022, Stay & Play is a welcoming environment for babies, toddlers and pre-schoolers that encourages fun, exploration, safety, belonging and community. Taking place every Monday at South Street from 10am-11:30am (term time only), it’s £1 per child, but no need to book - just turn up and come and have some fun!
The Baby Bank is a provision for families with newborns and infants who are facing hardship and/or crisis which means they need help with essentials. There’s a collection point in the front lobby at South Street, and items are distributed in partnership with the Karis Neighbour Scheme.
Oasis is one of a number of organisations within Birmingham providing a ‘Warm Welcome’ this winter. Every Wednesday from 9:30am-5pm, anyone and everyone is welcome to drop in to our building on South Street for somewhere warm to work, play, read, chat or just hang out! Self-service hot drinks will be available, along with free Wi-Fi, and areas to work and rest.
Within this, our regular Oasis Café will continue to run as normal from 11am-12:30pm, providing a more focussed time for connection with others.
Impact seeks to celebrate all things creative and good in the city. Our passion is local music, and we aim to highlight the city’s most exciting bands and artists; showcasing the best of Birmingham’s pioneering music scene with regular gigs and running a residency programme to support and develop up-and-coming artists.
We partner with other local churches and organisations to host events throughout the year which aim to open up conversations about science and faith. These typically include a talk from a well-respected speaker on a specific issue, and an extended time of Q&A, and have taken place at a variety of venues - from the ICC to Pizza Express! Find out more by clicking here.
We recognise that the greatest way we can work for the good of our city is within the different contexts we have each been uniquely placed. Whatever setting we find ourselves in, our intention is to ask not “what can I get?”, but rather “what can I give?”