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Springfield Project

The Springfield Project is a community project based at St. Christopher's Church in Springfield, south east Birmingham.

The Project started in 1999 and currently provides a nursery, a play & stay group, out of school clubs, and a family support team. The primary purpose of The Springfield Project is to provide support and activities for the community, encouraging access by all members and age groups. A major focus of our work is on children under 5 and their families.

The Project is particularly passionate about forming bridges between the various social and cultural groups within the Springfield area. In partnership with Birmingham City Council, the Springfield Project provides Children's Centre services to the local community...



St Christopher's Church PCC believes that the care and protection of children, young people and vulnerable adults involved in church activities is the responsibility of the whole church.

Everyone who participates in the life of our church has a role to play in promoting a safer church for all.

Details of our policies, procedures and officers can be found in our safeguarding policies on our Policies page.

Useful contacts:

  • Claudia Gordon, Parish Child Protection Lead (07890 682715).
  • Bishop's Safeguarding Adviser (07342 993844 or StephH@cofebirmingham.com)

When & Where We Meet

Where We Are

Holy Communion

Morning Worship

St Christopher's Church
Springfield Road
B13 9NY
T: 0121 325 5331
F: 0121 325 5358

For SATNAV, please use postcode B11 4ET

Sermon Recordings

St Christopher's sermons are now available on line.

If you want to listen to last week's sermon or one from a previous week click on one of the links below. This does not replace the current CD recordings which will continue to be available from the PA Desk at the back of the church.

•To listen to a sermon on line or download it at here.

•To subscribe to the podcast on the iTunes Store click here.

•To read the guide on how to get a sermon recording click here.

Youth And Children

St Christopher’s is blessed with a good number of children and young people as roughly one third of the congregation is under 18. Children and young people are valued and affirmed at St Christopher’s and their voice is heard at different levels of the congregation.

We are especially delighted that one of our worship teams is now made up almost entirely of young people. See our youth and children page for more details of what’s on offer.


Seedlings is our Play & Stay group, run entirely by volunteers. It's a very friendly group where you can bring your children and stay with them while they play with other children. You will have the chance to relax and meet other parents. There is a structured programme of activities each session which includes play time, craft time, story time, physical play, and of course snack time! It's free to come (although you can leave a donation if you feel able to), and you don't have to register beforehand. Just turn up and fill in a form when you get here.

Times (term time only):
Tuesdays 9:30am - 11:00am
Wednesdays 9:30am - 11:00am
Thursdays 9:30am - 11:00am

Due to the high number of people who enjoy coming to our Seedlings sessions, we ask that you come to EITHER Tuesday OR Wednesday OR Thursday - not more than once please!

Seedlings takes place in St. Christopher's Church Building - entrance via the Springfield Centre.


St. Christopher's Church Vision Statement

  • A fellowship that worships God from the heart, displaying the power of the Holy Spirit amongst us to heal, enlighten and transform
  • A loving community where genuine acceptance and deep relationships enable everyone's well-being and continual growth
  • A place of caring for, equipping and discipling people in all that life brings
  • A people responding to Jesus' call to love our neighbours, seeking to understand, serve and partner with our local community
  • A church committed to sharing the good news of Jesus
  • A congregation that values our diversity, and where our rich variety is reflected in leadership roles
  • A fellowship that stands with our Christian sisters and brothers throughout the world, praying for the nations, supporting our mission partners and working for peace, justice and the protection of God's creation.