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Welcome to the Parish of Aston and Nechells website

We hope you will find it easy to navigate around the website, but below are some useful links, which you can click on to gain quick access:

For updates of interest to the parish click the following link: News

To read about some of the people in the Parish click the following:

For questions about Life events click any of the following:

For info about activities at our three churches: Aston Parish Church, St James and St Matthew’s

To view prices of hiring the facilities at the three churches, click the following link Booking facilities

To look at some of the work we do within the parish click one of the following links:

To download Trilogy articles click here: Downloading area.

posted 25 July 13


Church Open Days

Aston Parish Church will be open for the National Heritage Days that take place on Thursday 11 September and Saturday 13 September from 12 noon until 4pm. Thursday 11th is special, as at 13.45pm the Lord Mayor of Birmingham is attending a short event to thank the benefactors who have made possible the major restoration projects undertaken this year. More importantly, come and support the students from St Matthews CofE Primary school and King Edwards Aston who will be presenting the outcome of their investigation into the Plevins Heritage in Aston & Birmingham.

More information about the restoration works visit the gallery by clicking the following link: Aston Parish Church Restoration 2014

posted 26 August 14


What I most appreciate about Aston is:

- “The love and care we have for each other between the three churches, the teaching and encouragement that we receive, that together we take part in joint services, shared meals and community events and that God is central to all that we do. Three different churches with one common set of values.” (Joan Perry, Reader)

- “Christians in this parish are great at encouraging each other, and at reaching out in creative ways to those outside our church boundaries.” (David Fletcher, Reader)

- “Synergy, three churches supporting each other and as a whole greater than the sum of the parts.” (Geoff Miller, PCC Lay Chair)

- “A group of people who live out God’s love and care for all, looking after each other and those in need outside of the church.” (Paul Lacey, Youth Leader and Parish Mission Worker)

posted 19 February 13