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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.

News

Peace Education in Kosovo- Stourbridge Quakers Diana and John Lampen report on a visit to Kosovo: At the 2018 Church & Peace international Conference in the U.K., we met Faton and Kajmelina Berisha who lead the Victory Church, a small evangelical church in Gjakove,… Continue Reading
Time to give using the Area Meeting Contribution Schedule- Robert Morris (CEQ Area Meeting Treasurer) explains how you can give to Quaker work using the Contribution Schedule. In Advices & Queries no. 20 we are encouraged to consider an appropriate financial contribution to the work of the Society. In… Continue Reading
Programme of events for Children & Young People- Central England Quakers' Children & Young People's Committee have announced a programme of events for younger Quakers of a whole range of ages. You can check on upcoming CYP events on the Children & Young People page of this website:… Continue Reading
Qur’anic memorial service- A Qur’anic memorial service for those who died in the terrorist attacks on two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand March 15th 2019. A dozen Quakers from four Central England Local Meetings joined mourners at the Bahu Trust mosque in Balsall… Continue Reading
News from Peace Centre Cape Town- For seven years from 2010, Central England Quakers supported and raised money for the Quaker Peace Centre in Cape Town.  Bob Morris gives an update on the Centre's work: After experiencing a crisis in 2017, the Centre has developed a… Continue Reading

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Events

  • Junior Young Friends April 2019 27/04/2019 - 29/04/2019 at Selly Oak Quaker Meeting House, Selly Oak, Birmingham.  Junior Young Friends (JYF) is a residential event for young Quakers aged 13 to 18.  Over the weekend the young people will have the opportunity to meet other Quakers of their own age (with supervision from responsible adults) to live together as a community and to enjoy shared activities. There…

  • Rock and A Hard Place Theatre Performance Rock and A Hard Place Theatre Performance 27/04/2019 at Stourbridge Town Hall, Wollaston Studio, Stourbridge.  ROCK AND A HARD PLACE When it comes to domestic abuse, it’s more than the blows that do the damage. Written by Lynn Morris and performed by Journeymen Theatre. Commissioned by Gloucestershire Quakers, all profits from this play will be used to support the work of women’s refuges both in…

  • Getting Creative to Oppose the Arms Trade 04/05/2019 at Stourbridge Quaker Meeting House, Stourbridge.  Stourbridge Quakers are taking part in Roots of Resistance - a Quaker movement to oppose the DSEI arms fair in September. The Stourbridge affinity group are holding an Affinity Workshop Day on 4th May where they'll be getting creative making banners and other props for the protest. Other affinity groups…

  • Monthly Group for Older Children (aged 10 - 14) in CEQ 04/05/2019 at Selly Oak/Woodbrooke, Birmingham.  A monthly Quaker group for young people aged 10 - 14 years old in the Central England area.  This month we will meet at Selly Oak Meeting House at 6pm. We will then walk down to Woodbrooke to be shown the old manuscripts there by Betty Hagglund, who is the…

  • Ethical Money Churches Interactive Workshop Ethical Money Churches Interactive Workshop 11/05/2019 at Peace Hub, Birmingham.  'A chance to explore connections between faith and money' Workshop leader: Colin Darling - Ethical Money Church Project Development Manager West Midlands Explore the following topics, grounded in a Christian approach to peace & justice: ethical spend ethical investments ethical pensions ethical mortgages fair tax debt justice social enterprise It…


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