Church of the Ascension, Hall Green
A chance to have a look around this beautiful church, consecrated in 1704 as Job Marston’s Chapel, and still a place of active Christian worship to this day. It is the only Church in Birmingham that was completed during Queen Anne’s reign. The Church was added to considerably, and took on its cruciform (cross) shape, in Victorian times.
Friendly volunteers will be on hand to show you around (social distancing observed).
Perhaps you have a past connection with the Church – e.g. your parents were married here or you were a scout who came to Parade services – and want to come back to see the place again. Equally welcome are those with no connection to our Church who just want to look around.
Date & Time
Sat 19 Sept | 10.30am – 1pm
93B School Road, Hall Green, B28 8JQ The Church of the Ascension is on the corner of School Road and Fox Hollies Road.
Booking not required
The small on-site car park – accessed from school road – can be full during events but there is plenty of on street parking and good level access from both School Road and Fox Hollies Road. This event will run in line with local & national government guidelines at the time of the festival.