St Matthew's, Perry Beeches is the Parish Church (Church of England) serving an area bounded roughly by Kingstanding Road to the east, Walsall Road to the West, Queslett Road to the north, and Perry Park to the south.
St Matthew's seeks to provide a spiritual home and community resource for all in the neighbourhood, welcoming to all. We want to discover the heart of God’s love with all who seek.
We offer opportunities for worship for young and old on Sundays and through the week. We offer ministries for the different stages of life (including Christenings, Confirmation, Weddings, Funerals, house blessings, prayers for healing). Our premises are used weekly by a variety of community groups, and for one-off private parties. Please come along or get in touch to discuss any of these things, or anything else you think we might help with.
18th December A new Christmas letter from Fr. Adam is here.
16th December Some photos of the Messy Church - Christingle service published here courtesy of Michelle Hanley.
14th December The final figure for the Christmas Fayre is £3,100. Well done to all concerned.
23rd November A new Parish letter from Fr. Adam. Looking forward to the Christmas Fayre and Advent and asking for thoughtful prayer about future growth of St. Matthews. You can read his letter here
16th November Our Christmas Cards have arrived and will be delivered to everyone in the parish soon. If you can’t wait it is here.
11th November Photos of our Poppies for remembrance Sunday are here
4th November 2018
A few more photos of the trip to Westminster from Sandra, see them here
Messy Church was very popular with over 40 children attending with their parents/carers.
St. Matthews hosted a conference on Mission in Eucharistic Parishes, some photos of the conference can be seen here
To coincide with the conference an exhibition of art work by Mary Flitcroft was arranged in the church, see some photos here
Some extra Photos added to the Westminster trip, courtesy of Mark, see them here
Fr. Adam has written a new parish letter covering attendance, future growth and remembrance. An interesting read here