On Zoom: Currently we are holding Sunday morning 10.30am meetings for worship on Zoom. If you wish to attend, email email@example.com or phone our warden (0121 459 0111) before 6 pm on the Saturday before the meeting to obtain our Zoom link.
Face-to-face: Between 11th April and 20th June we will also be holding person-to-person meetings on some Sunday afternoons at 3 pm. These are planned for: 11th April. 25th April, 9th May, 23rd May and 20th June. They will be held in our classroom or in the garden.
As social distancing limits our space, you will need to register in advance by 6 pm on the preceding Saturday if you wish to attend. To book, go to https://cotteridgequakermeeting.eventbrite.co.uk or telephone our warden (0121 459 0111). Essential details of your registration will be retained for 21 days to support the government’s track and trace programme.
We hope that subsequent to 21st June we will be able to meet in person again on Sunday mornings. Please check this website again nearer the date just in case there are any restrictions,
We may continue a parallel Zoom meeting to ensure we are as accessible to those unable to attend in person.
On the days we are holding a meeting for worship in the afternoon, our car park will be opened to allow worshippers only to park between 2.30pm and 4.30pm.
Join us for Meeting for Worship:
As Covid restrictions continue to evolve, Quaker Meetings are considering if, how and when to offer meeting for worship and other services, in accordance with government guidance and advice from CEQ trustees and Britain Yearly Meeting. Please check directly with Meetings before travelling.
We are a large Quaker Meeting with about forty Friends, aged from under 1 to over 90 years, worshipping with us weekly. We enjoy a bring and share lunch every third Sunday after worship.
A children’s class meets every Sunday, except during Christmas, Easter and the summer holidays.
There is a ramp up to the entrance and there are accessible toilet facilities in the Meeting House.
Buses 45 or 47 from city centre go to Cotteridge double-roundabout which is 100 yards from the Meeting House. Buses 11 (Outer Circle) and 18 pass the entrance. Cross City Line trains to Kings Norton station, round the corner from Meeting House. Some car parking available.
Birmingham, B30 1JB