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St Barnabas' Church
52°27′16.4″N 1°52′37.4″W / 52.454556°N 1.877056°W / 52.454556; -1.877056Coordinates: 52°27′16.4″N 1°52′37.4″W / 52.454556°N 1.877056°W / 52.454556; -1.877056
Location Balsall Heath, Birmingham
Country England
Denomination Church of England
Churchmanship Anglo-Catholic
History
Dedication St Barnabas
Consecrated 1904 (1904)
Architecture
Architect(s) Thomas F. Proud
Groundbreaking 1897
Completed 1904
Administration
Parish St Agatha Sparkbrook and St Barnabas Balsall Heath
Deanery Central Birmingham
Archdeaconry Birmingham
Diocese Anglican Diocese of Birmingham
Clergy
Bishop(s) The Rt Revd Jonathan Goodall (AEO)

St Barnabas' is a parish church in the Church of England in Balsall Heath, Birmingham, England.

History

The church was built between 1898 and 1904 to designs of the architect Thomas Proud, and was consecrated by Charles Gore, Bishop of Worcester on Saturday 10 June 1904. It acquired its own parish in 1905 with land taken from St Paul's Church, Balsall Heath.

A fire in 1970 resulted in an extensive rebuild. In 1990 the church was merged with St Agatha's Church, Sparkbrook to form a united parish. The parish stands in the Anglo-Catholic tradition of the Church of England: as it rejects the ordination of women, it receives alternative episcopal oversight from the Bishop of Ebbsfleet (currently Jonathan Goodall).

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