- Anglican Diocese of Birmingham
Diocese of Birmingham Location Ecclesiastical province Canterbury Archdeaconries Aston, Birmingham Statistics Parishes 162 Churches 195 Information Cathedral Cathedral Church of Saint Philip Current leadership Bishop David Urquhart, Bishop of Birmingham Suffragan Andrew Watson, Bishop of Aston Archdeacons Hayward Osborne, Archdeacon of Birmingham
Dr Brian Russell, Archdeacon of Aston
The Anglican Diocese of Birmingham is a diocese in the Church of England's Province of Canterbury, covering the north west of the traditional county of Warwickshire (now West Midlands and part of Staffordshire, Warwickshire and north Worcestershire) in England.
The 18th-century parish church of Saint Philip in Birmingham was elevated to cathedral status in 1905 when the see was founded, on 13 January 1905. Previously the area had been part of the Diocese of Worcester.
List of parish churches
Location Church Opened Closed Acocks Green St Mary 1868 Amington St Editha Aston SS Peter & Paul Aston St James Austrey St Nicholas, Austrey Baddesley Clinton St Michael Baddesley Ensor St Nicholas Balsall Common St Peter Balsall Heath St Barnabas, Balsall Heath Balsall Heath St Paul Barnt Green St Andrew Barston St Swithin Bartley Green St Francis Church Centre Bartley Green St Michael & All Angels Baxterley Baxterley Church 1200 Bentley Heath St James, Bentley Heath Bickenhill St Peter Billesley Common Holy Cross Birchfield Holy Trinity Birchmoor St John, Birchmoor Birmingham Bishop Latimer Birmingham St Alban the Martyr Birmingham St George Birmingham St Martin in the Bull Ring Birmingham St Paul (in the Jewellery Quarter) 1779 Birmingham The B1 Church Blackwell St Catherine, Blackwell Boldmere St Michael Bordesley Green St Paul Bordesley St Benedict Bournbrook St Wulstan 1905 Bournville St Francis of Assisi 1925 Brandhall St Paul & St Barnabas Brandwood[disambiguation needed ] St Bede Burney Lane Christ Church Castle Bromwich SS Mary & Margaret Castle Bromwich St Clement [of Alexandria] Castle Vale St Cuthbert of Lindisfarne Chelmsley Wood St Andrew's Church Cofton Hackett St Michael & All Angels, Cofton Hackett Coleshill SS Peter & Paul Cotteridge The Cotteridge Church Curdworth SS Nicholas & Peter Ad Vincula, Curdworth Dordon St Leonard, Dordon Dorridge St Philip Dosthill St Paul 1872 Edgbaston SS Mary & Ambrose Edgbaston St Augustine of Hippo 1868 Edgbaston St Bartholomew (Old Church) Edgbaston St George's Edgbaston St Germain Elmdon St Nicholas Elmdon St Stephen's Church Centre Elmdon Valley Church Centre Erdington All Saints Erdington St Barnabas 1824 Erdington St Chad Four Oaks All Saints Frankley St Christopher (Holly Hill) Frankley St Leonard Freasley St Mary Garretts Green St Thomas Gospel Lane St Michael Grendon All Saints Hall Green St Peter Hall Green The Church of the Ascension 1704 Hampton-in-Arden SS Mary & Bartholomew Hamstead Great Barr St Paul Hamstead St Bernard Handsworth Good News Asian Church Handsworth St Andrew 1909 Handsworth St James Handsworth St Mary Handsworth St Michael Handsworth The Epiphany Harborne St John's Harborne Harborne SS Faith & Laurence 1937 Harborne St Peter Hay Mills St Cyprian 1873 Hazelwell St Mary Magdalen Highters Heath Immanuel Hill St James Hobs Moat St Mary Hodge Hill SS Philip & James Hurley Church of the Resurrection 1862 Kings Heath All Saints 1860 Kings Norton Immanuel Kings Norton St Nicolas Kingsbury SS Peter & Paul Kingshurst St Barnabas Kingstanding Saint Mark Kingstanding St Luke Knowle St John Baptist and St Lawrence & Anne Ladywood St John the Evangelist & St Peter 1854 Lapworth St Mary the Virgin Lea Hall St Richard Lea Marston St John the Baptist Lickey Holy Trinity Longbridge St John the Baptist Lozells SS Paul & Silas Marston Green St Leonard Maxstoke St Michael & All Angels Merevale St Mary [The Church of Our Lady] Middleton St John the Baptist Minworth St George the Martyr Moseley St Agnes Moseley St Anne 1874 Moseley St Mary Nechells St Matthew Nether Whitacre St Giles, Nether Whitacre Newton Regis St Mary the Virgin, Newton Regis Northfield St Laurence Nuthurst Cum Hockley Heath St Thomas Olton St Margaret Over Whitacre St Leonard Packwood St Giles Perry Barr St John the Evangelist 1831 Perry Beeches, Great Barr St Matthew Polesworth Abbey Church of St Editha Pype Hayes St Mary The Virgin Quinton Road West St Boniface 1958 Quinton Christ Church 1840 Rednal St Stephen The Martyr Rubery St Chad Saltley St Mark, Washwood Heath 1899 Saltley St Saviour 1849 Seckington All Saints Selly Oak St Mary 1861 Selly Park Christ Church Selly Park St Stephen 1870 Selly Park (with Bournbrook) St Stephen's and St Wulstan's Shard End All Saints 1955 Sheldon St Giles Shenley Green St David 1970 Shirley Christ The King Shirley St James the Great 1831 Shirley St John The Divine Shirley St Patrick Short Heath St Margaret Shustoke St Cuthbert Shuttington St Matthew Small Heath All Saints (ex-St Aidan) 1893 Solihull St Alphege Solihull St Helen Solihull St Michael Solihull The Mission Church, Catherine-De-Barnes South Yardley St Michael & All Angels Sparkbrook Christ Church Sparkbrook St Agatha 1901 Sparkhill St John The Evangelist 1888 Springfield St Christopher 1906 Stechford All Saints 1897 Stechford St Andrew Stirchley The Ascension Stockland Green St Mark Summerfield[disambiguation needed ] Christ Church Sutton Coldfield Holy Trinity Sutton Coldfield St Chad Sutton Coldfield St Columba, Banners Gate Sutton Coldfield St Peter Tanworth-in-Arden St Mary Magdalene Temple Balsall St Mary The Virgin Tile Cross St Peter Tyseley St Edmund Walmley St John The Evangelist Warton Holy Trinity, Warton Water Orton SS Peter & Paul Weoley Castle St Gabriel 1933 West Heath St Anne Wishaw St Chad Wood End St Michael & All Angels 1906 Wylde Green, Sutton Coldfield Emmanuel 1909 Wythall St Mary Yardley Wood Christ Church 1849 Yardley St Edburgha
- Bishop of Birmingham
- Bishop of Aston
- Church of England
- Religion in Birmingham
- ^ London Gazette, 13 January 1905
- Church of England statistics 2002
- Book: Canon Doctor Terry Slater, 2005, A Centenary History of the Diocese of Birmingham, Phillimore, Chichester
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