Welcome to Saint Mary’s Church, Harborne, Birmingham, UK.

Order of St. Augustine.

Archdiocese of Birmingham

“Before all else, live together in harmony, being of one mind and one heart on the way to God.”  St. Augustine.

Our Weekly Newsletterhttp://www.saintmarysharborne.org.uk/letter1.html
Times of Serviceshttp://www.saintmarysharborne.org.uk/services.html
Contact St. Mary’shttp://www.saintmarysharborne.org.uk/contact.html
Location Maphttp://www.saintmarysharborne.org.uk/locationmap.html
Fr. Bernard’s Sunday Homilyhttp://www.saintmarysharborne.org.uk/homily.html
St. Mary’s Schoolhttp://www.saintmarysharborne.org.uk/school.html
Organisations, Groups and Activitieshttp://www.saintmarysharborne.org.uk/groups.html
Churches Together in Harbornehttp://www.saintmarysharborne.org.uk/together.html
History of St. Mary’shttp://www.saintmarysharborne.org.uk/history1.html
Your Priests at St. Mary’shttp://www.saintmarysharborne.org.uk/priests.html
“Mini Mary’s” Sunday Gospel for Childrenhttp://www.saintmarysharborne.org.uk/minimarys.html
Today’s Mass Readingshttp://www.universalis.com/mass.htm
Guided Online Tour of  St. Mary’shttp://www.saintmarysharborne.org.uk/tour.html


Sunday Children’s Liturgyhttp://www.saintmarysharborne.org.uk/Organisations/childliturgy.html


RETURN TO FRONT PAGEhttp://www.saintmarysharborne.org.uk/index.html
St. Mary’s Parish Centrehttp://www.saintmarysharborne.org.uk/centre.html
A few more pages and links...http://www.saintmarysharborne.org.uk/morelinks.html
Please click here for the Archdiocese of Birmingham Safeguarding Informationhttps://www.birminghamdiocese.org.uk/agencies/curial/safeguarding/

Are you, or someone you know, troubled by Abuse?

We are here to help

The Archdiocese of Birmingham Safeguarding Team is available on:

0121 230 6240

or by email on: cpo@rc-birmingham.org

Our staff will do all they can to listen to you and support you to find the help you need. You can speak to them without giving your personal details.

If you have been abused in childhood the prospect of speaking out now may be frightening.

You may feel that:

•Your concerns would not be taken seriously

•You are afraid that you may not be believed

•You feel that it may cause problems for your family

•You feel ashamed

•You are afraid you will be blamed

•You feel that it may damage your relationships in the Church

You are not to blame for what happened to you. You will be listened to and your concerns will be taken seriously and acted upon as necessary.

The Catholic Church in England and Wales launches Safeguarding e-Learning.

If you have a role working with children, young people or adults who may be vulnerable, or if you are a parent who wants to understand on-line safety, you are encouraged to read the e-learning safeguarding brochure. This explains what programmes are available via e-learning and how to access the programmes that interest you.

This e-learning package is part of the Church’s commitment to safeguarding, recognising we all have a role to play in creating a safe environment.

Download now

Do you work with children, young people or adults?

Daily Prayershttp://www.saintmarysharborne.org.uk/prayers.html