Central England Quakers is a group of Quaker Meetings within the Midlands: including the cities of Birmingham and Coventry, the Black Country, and the surrounding areas.  Join us for Meeting for Worship, and to experience freindship and community.


Invest in Peace – Birmingham 2018 - Claire Bowman, Ecumenical and Interfaith Coordinator for Central England Quakers reports on a recent event in Birmingham: 'Invest in Peace'. On Tuesday October 30th amid tight security I attended an extraordinary event at the Singers Hill Synagogue in Birmingham, organised Continue Reading
Appeal for Coventry Peace House - Coventy Quaker Meeting has supported Coventry Peace House for 20 years, and is appealing for donations from Quaker individuals to “the Pillar Project” to create a 50 person community room. Background - From 1998, Coventry Peace House has been a Continue Reading
Job Vacancy: Premises Manager at Edgbaston - Edgbaston Quaker Meeting House requires a part-time Premises Manager to work flexibly for an average of 8 hours per week. Location: Edgbaston Quaker Meeting House, Birmingham, B15 1JP. You will need to live within comfortable travelling distance of the Meeting Continue Reading
Save the Date: Exploring Issues around Mental Health - Save the date for a session led by Alison Mitchell, Mental Health Development Officer from The Retreat York Benevolent Fund. Alison’s role is to give Quakers the information and the inspiration they need to discern their response to issues around Continue Reading
Remembrance for Peace - It's less than a month until the centenary of Armistice Day, marking the end of the First World War. During this period, Central England Quakers will be remembering all those who suffered in that war - soldiers on both sides, Continue Reading

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  • Meeting with Andrew Mitchell MP on Climate Change 22/11/2018 at Sutton Coldfield Quaker Meeting House, Sutton Coldfield.  Sutton Coldfield Quakers are hosting an evening with local MP, Andrew Mitchell. He will be addressing environmental issues, pertinent to the forthcoming UN conference on climate change. There will be the opportunity to ask Andrew questions on this important issue.

  • Becoming Friends Becoming Friends 27/11/2018 at Bull Street Quaker Meeting House, Birmingham.  Becoming Friends will help you develop an understanding of Quakerism, while exploring your own journey and connection with Friends. Today's topic: Quaker Community

  • Creative Day at Northfield Creative Day at Northfield 01/12/2018 at Northfield Quaker Meeting House, Northfield, Birmingham.  Quakers in Northfield invite you to join their monthly Creative Days. Drop in any time between 10am-4pm on the first Saturday of the Month. There is a bring and share lunch at 1pm.

  • Exploring Issues around Mental Health 01/12/2018 at Bull Street Quaker Meeting House, Birmingham.  This event is not therapy! It is for all of us to learn, consider and talk about Mental Health in our Meetings. All are welcome. Led by Alison Mitchell from The Retreat.

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