Welcome to Kings Norton
Meet The Team
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Kings Norton Parish is served by a team of clergy and lay (non-ordained) staff who share the many and varied responsibilities of church life between them under the leadership of the Team Rector, Revd Larry Wright (back row, centre). Any member of the team can be contacted via the Parish Office, which is where all enquiries should be directed in the first instance. 

Sunday Worship
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Kings Norton is an Anglican parish. The Church of England enjoys a rich variety of styles of worship, many of which have been in regular use here. Before the Covid-19 pandemic, we offered a choice of five different services in three locations. At present, though, there is usually only one service on Sundays, held in the parish church. Click here to find out how to book a place. Please explore our News, DocumentsAudio and Video pages, keep up to date with our Magazine and join us on Facebook, if you are able. 

Kings Norton is a large Anglican parish on the southern edge of Birmingham, England. It sits astride the border between Birmingham and rural Worcestershire. At its heart, for the last 900 years, has stood St Nicolas' Church. This ancient building is in daily use and highly visible, widely known and woven into the stories of many people. It stands as a living sign of Christ’s shelter, hope and welcome at the heart of a thriving community.

Read All About Us!

The Parish Magazine is a great place to find out about Kings Norton and its people, past and present.  

We have a regular team of contributors, but new talent is always welcome, as is news of events within the Kings Norton community, in all its diversity. Although the magazine published by your local church, it's not all about church life. You'll find something of interest here, whether you're keen on local history, lifelong learning, gardening, travel, lifestyle and many other popular topics. 

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Dig Deeper

What is the Christian faith and why do we think it matters? Follow these links to find out why a man who died 2,000 years ago holds the key to a life of meaning and purpose.