“The Word Became Flesh”Faithroots Live 19th May

Our next Faithroots Live Day is on the 19th May. This time we will be exploring the following wonderful themes:

          Why I can call God “Father”

          Who is Jesus – his divine identity

          Why did God the Son come to earth?

          How can I know that God really is Love? Continue reading


A Ridiculous Invitation

I want to tell you about a couple of great job opportunities. There’s one catch and that’s very simply that there’s no pay on offer! Continue reading

Urban Ministry – Where to train

If you are serious about urban gospel ministry, then the best place to get trained for this is in the field, in an urban ministry context by urban ministry practitioners. There are currently three places in England where you can engage in this type of training whilst also working towards a Theological qualification with Union School of Theology Continue reading

Why should you train with us?

Are you considering training for Christian ministry? If so, why not consider coming and joining us as an ActBC trainee for a couple of years.  This is a fantastic opportunity to gain hands on experience of ministry in an urban setting whilst also receiving high quality theological training.

Who is it for?

ActBC is all about encouraging urban mission. We have a particular desire to see church planting and revitalisation in the urban West Midlands, especially in West Birmingham, Sandwell and the Black Country. So, this is a great opportunity for someone who is considering a call to urban church planting. Continue reading

Come over and help us … and be helped

In 2010, a group of church leaders committed together to try and encourage the planting or revitalisation of 20 churches over the next 10 years. As a result of this, 2020 Birmingham was launched. In 2018, they are well on their way to their target.

2020 Birmingham encouraged us to think seriously about our wider responsibilities to see the Gospel go out in Bearwood and Beyond, to Smethwick, Sandwell and into West Birmingham in one direction and the Black Country in the other. Continue reading