Welcome to St Margaret’s Church, Olton, Solihull.
Sunday 18th December 7pm Nine Lessons and Carols
Christmas Eve 4pm our Crib Service – for Children and Adults
Christmas Eve 11:15 pm Midnight Mass
Christmas Day 10am Family Communion Service
‘I am the light for the world!
Follow me, and you won’t be walking in the dark.
You will have the light that gives life’
Want to know more about what this means for you?Take a look at the Exploring Faith webpages, pop along to one of our services or drop us an email for more information.
You can find us by the Traffic lights on the A41 Warwick Road in Olton, close to Olton Station. Handy for the No 4 Bus Service from Birmingham to Solihull.
St. Margaret's Olton Worship Times
9.30 Family Service
10.30 Traditional Communion Service
Midweek We have a mid-week Morning Prayer service on a Wednesday at 10:30.
Services for Children
Our Junior Church is currently running as a Family Service at 0930 on Sundays.
Find out about our church events, read or download the latest newsletters and find out about important church news first
We are here to support your significant moments in life. Find out about Baptism, Thanksgiving, Weddings, Funerals and other pastoral support in the community
St Margaret’s Church calendar, find out more about our church events coming soon, special services, church trips and more happening in your community
Parish Church of St Margaret, St Margaret’s Road, Olton, Solihull, B92 7JS
07964 219929 If you have any questions, or need more information please call us or click below to send us an email
Safeguarding & Our Policies
If you have any urgent safeguarding concerns at St Margaret’s please contact:
Martin Pyne – Parish Safeguarding Officer on 07305113882; or
The Bishop’s Safeguarding Advisor on 07342993844 (e: StephH@coebirmingham.com)
Our Policies are available below:
Promoting a Safer Church – Our Safeguarding Policy
Recruitment of Ex-Offenders Policy
Parish Safeguarding Complaints Procedure
Reporting Serious Incidents to the Charity Commission – Declaration
The Church of England’s main Safeguarding Policy Statement, ‘Promoting a Safer Church can be found here: https://www.churchofengland.org/sites/default/files/2017-11/cofe-policy-statement.pdf
For further information on our Safeguarding procedures and risk assessments click here.