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The parish of

Kings Norton

Part of the Church of England

Contact Us

Kings Norton Parish is served by a team of clergy and lay (non- ordained) staff who share the many and varied responsibilities of church life between them under the leadership of the Team Rector, Revd Larry Wright. Any member of the team can be contacted via the Parish Office, which is where all enquiries should be directed in the first instance.

L to R: David Ash, Robin Mortimore (left April 2017), Fay Fearon, Sylvia Fox, Jayne Crooks, Taiwo Olumuyiwa (left May 2017), Caz Hague, Larry Wright, Mandy Butler, Gail Rogers, Ruth Howman, Jane Platt, Pauline Weaver. Taken in January 2017 at St Laurence's Church, Alvechurch, Worcs.

Team Ministry

The phrase Team Ministry refers to a group of clergy and others working together to serve one or more churches within a parish. As the Church of England has evolved to face changing social and financial circumstances, team ministry has emerged as a popular and effective response to a wide range of challenges. You can read more about what that means in Kings Norton on this page.

The ministry team in Kings Norton is also ecumenical. Oversight of the congregation which meets at Hawkesley Academy is shared with the Methodist Church. The team therefore includes a Methodist Minister, Revd Caz Hague.

The Parish Office

Office Hours

Monday-Friday 10am-1pm

How to Find Us

Click here for directions, parking information and an interactive map.

The Green

The Parish Office

...is inside Saint Nicolas' Place, the Tudor building opposite the church on Kings Norton Green (see photo above).

A phone call, visit or e-mail to the Office is the quickest way to contact one of the Wardens, Clergy or Readers.