After the redesign of the website, which we have tried to keep as close as possible to the former, we have renamed what we do to services, resources to downloads and BCM Shop to Charity shop. We hope you are pleased with the new website, and any feedback would be very much appreciated.
BCM’s shop in Kingstanding is not just about making a profit but also about sharing God’s love and care in the community. The staff and volunteers always have time to chat or offer a listening ear.
Birmingham City Mission has produced a range of Bible story booklets for children for Christmas, Easter and all year round. Here you can view the brochures or download the accompanying PowerPoint presentations.
BCM has worked with Birmingham’s homeless community since its beginning in 1966, offering food, friendship and support to some of our city’s most vulnerable and marginalised people.
The Children's team's main work is to support Christian teaching in primary schools across the city through delivering acts of collective worship (assemblies), R.E. lessons and after-school clubs. All information about Christian beliefs is presented in line with government guidance.
Every Christmas, BCM distributes gifts to thousands of children in our city who would otherwise not receive presents. It is a mammoth task that relies on the generosity of many people who give toys, energy and time to ensure each child referred to us receive a sack of gifts on Christmas morning.
Through practical and emotional support in a safe and caring environment, ElderLink offers the opportunity for substantial improvement in the circumstances and purpose of older people.
Since 1966 BCM has been committed to proclaiming the Good News of Jesus Christ to the people of Birmingham and challenging them to consider their need for God.
Over the last 12 years, the exhibition team has attended more than 105 schools in the Birmingham area, and many schools host the exhibitions regularly. The presentations are interactive and rich in material designed with guidance from the National Curriculum.
The BCM Resource Centre distributes essential goods – food, clothing and furniture – to those in need.
The vision of BCM’s Youth Team is to serve, support and enrich the young people of Birmingham, regardless of their social, religious, or cultural background. We aim to provide engaging, interactive, and thought-provoking experiences for young people.