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.


Hiroshima Day in Coventry - Book now for children's activity, and save the date for Paul Parker talk. Lord Mayor of Coventry’s Committee for Peace and Reconciliation invite you to two events at Coventry Cathedral to mark Hiroshima Day: 6th August 2019. Taiko Drumming Workshop… Continue Reading
Walsall Meeting is Moving - Walsall Meeting is moving! From 30th June 2019, Walsall Quakers will meet at: Aldridge Community Centre, Anchor Meadow, Middlemore Lane, Aldridge, Walsall, WS9 8AN Meeting for Worship will continue to be held at 11am every Sunday. Continue Reading
Helpers wanted at the Moseley Festival - Central England Quakers will have a stall at the Moseley Festival Street Fair on Saturday 6th July and are looking for willing & able volunteers. Between 9:30am and 4:30pm we'll be chatting to people about our Quaker faith, answering questions… Continue Reading
Birmingham City Council declares a climate emergency - At area meeting at Sutton Coldfield on 18 May Central England Quakers discerned that they should join with other faith groups in supporting the motion that Birmingham City Council declares a climate emergency. On the areas meeting’s behalf, Stella Roberts… Continue Reading
Peacemakers: Peace Platform - Central England Quakers' branch Peacemakers (West Midlands Quaker Peace Education Project) report on a special event held with young people: As part of our Minus Violence Plus Peace Project we worked with groups of young people to provoke discussions around… Continue Reading

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  • No Planet B... No Planet B... 29/06/2019 at The Priory Rooms, Birmingham.  No Planet B... Acting out Faith in the World. An ecumenical day for all those concerned that there is no planet B, and interested in how we can act out faith to protect the world we already have. Featuring speakers & workshops on: Connecting us with the World Practical action…

  • Cycle against Torture 01/07/2019 - 28/07/2019 at Hastings to Edinburgh, Hastings.  Freedom from Torture Edinburgh Local Group is organising a cycle ride from Hastings to Edinburgh in July 2019 to raise funds and awareness on behalf of Freedom from Torture, a charity helping torture survivors rebuild their lives. Moira and Shelagh, will start from Hastings on July 1st,and finish in Edinburgh…

  • Quakers at the Moseley Festival 06/07/2019 at Moseley High St, Birmingham.  Central England Quakers will have a stall at the Moseley Festival Street Fair. We'll be chatting to people about our Quaker faith, answering questions and handing out literature.  It's always a good atmosphere at the street fair and we regularly have some interesting and deep conversations with people about faith.…

  • Monthly Group for Older Children (aged 10+) in CEQ 06/07/2019 at Selly Oak Meeting House, Birmingham.  This is a monthly Quaker group for young people aged 10+ years old in Central England area. This month the group will be meeting at Selly Oak Meeting House for activities around a bonfire in the grounds of the Meeting House. Please contact Helen Waters at Selly Oak Meeting for…

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