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Address for St Dunstan's Presbytery for all church administration: The Presbytery, Kingsfield Road, Kings Heath, Birmingham,B14 7JN

Parish Administrator:  Tuesdays 12-4pm, Wednesdays and Fridays, 9 - 5pm

Office Volunteers:  Monday to Friday, 10am - 12.30pm (for Mass intentions, baptism certificates , and general enquiries)

 

Telephone: 0121 444 1386

 

Parish email: saintdunstan@btinternet.com 

Parish Office email:dunstanoffice@btinternet.com

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The Parish is part of the Archdiocese of Birmingham: Registered Charity No. 234216.

Originating from Cheadle, south Manchester, Fr Philip was ordained to the priesthood at St Chad’s Cathedral on the snowiest and coldest January day of 1996. Previous to this he had ministered for a few years in the Church of England in the diocese of Wakefield. Before going to Oscott, Fr Philip was based at St Patrick’s, Walsall, where he offered his first Mass. Shortly afterwards he was appointed as Curate to St Austin’s, Stafford. In 1998 he was appointed as Parish Priest of St Anne’s, Chelmsley Wood, and then, in 2002, became the Parish Priest of Our Lady of the Angels, Nuneaton, and Dean of Rugby Deanery. Since 2013 he has been Parish Priest of St Dunstan’s, Kings Heath, with St Jude’s, Maypole. He is also Dean of the Birmingham South deanery.

Fr Simon Baker was ordained to the priesthood in July 2016. Following his propaedeutic year in the Royal English College, Valladolid, Spain he studied at St Mary's College, Oscott. Since 2016 he has been the Curate of St Dunstan's, Kings Heath with St Jude's, Maypole.

Born in Birmingham, Deacon David worked for 38 years with Birmingham City Council, specialising in housing and estate management; he took early retirement in 2014. Deacon David and his wife Catherine were married in 1986, and they were both received into the Catholic Church, at St. Dunstan’s, in 1994. After four years of formation in the parish and at Oscott College, Deacon David was ordained to the Permanent Diaconate in 2013. A Deacon (from the Greek word diakonos, meaning servant) is a sacramental sign of Christ the servant, and is called to be a faithful servant of the Word, of liturgy, and of charity.