Believing in Birmingham
In 1990 Carrs Lane Church covenanted with a number of other city centre churches under the name of the Birmingham City Centre Churches Council (known as BC4).
In 2002 this became 'Believing in Birmingham - the Central Birmingham Christian Partnership'.
The principal idea behind the new organisation was to create a missionary partnership of Christians, churches and chaplaincies at the heart of the city, whose goal is not unity for unity's sake, but an attempt to engage with the real and pressing issues affecting the life of central Birmingham.
Believing in Birmingham includes the following churches and chaplaincies:
Church of England:
- St Philip's Cathedral; St Alban the Martyr (Highgate); B1 Church
- St George's (Newtown); St John & St Peter's (Ladywood); St Luke's (Bristol Street)
- St Martin in the Bullring; St Paul's (Jewellery Quarter)
- Methodist Central Mission; Birmingham Chinese Methodist Church
- Bethel Presbyterian Church of Wales; Welsh Congregational Church
- Carrs Lane United Reformed Church
- St Chad's Cathedral; St Catherine of Siena; St Michael's
- Birmingham Christian Centre (Elim Pentecostal)
- Salvation Army Citadel
- Aston University
- Birmingham Children's Hospital