St. Martin in the Bull Ring, Birmingham

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St Martin in the Bull Ring (grid reference SP073866) is a parish church in Birmingham, England, of the Church of England. It is the original parish church of Birmingham and stands between the Bull Ring Shopping Centre and the markets.

The church is a Grade II* listed building. The current rector is Jeremy Allcock.
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  • St. Martin in the Bullring – The mother Anglican Church of Birmingham, St Martin was the cathedral for Birmingham until St Phillips, which was built in 1715 as the new church on the hill, was... 
    St. Martin in the Bullring – The mother Anglican Church of Birmingham, St Martin was the cathedral for Birmingham until St Phillips, which was built in 1715 as the new church on the hill, was...  more »
  • I visited St. Martin church. A good example of gothic architecture of England. Moreover i felt very good because of positive vibration inside this place. Nice place 
    I visited St. Martin church. A good example of gothic architecture of England. Moreover i felt very good because of positive vibration inside this place. Nice place  more »
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  • St. Martin in the Bull Ring in Birmingham, England is located between the Bull Ring shopping centre and the markets. This is a church/ cathedral was built on the site of a 13th-century predecessor, which was documented in 1263. Architecturally and visually appealing, it is an imposing structure visible from a distance as you approach the church. The church is open to visitors from Monday though Saturday from about 9.30 to 4 pm and up to 7 pm on Saturday. Lovely stained glass windows and a sense of serendipity await you inside. Recommended for a not so quick visit if you are looking at few moments of peace and communion with your spiritual side.
  • Saint Martin's church so beautiful to go back after many years. So peaceful and calm. It's lovely to take a break when shopping. Such a lovely tea room with remarkable prices for tea,coffee. Staff so friendly and welcoming. There's facilities for the disabled. Near moor Street station. New Street station. And also the national express. The bull ring shopping centre is great. I had a lovely day and stopped by the prayer chapel to light a candle and take a moment of a busy day. And felt energised. Great place to go loved it god bless to everyone x

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