Quaker Meetings are considering how and when to reopen for meeting for worship, in accordance with government guidance and advice from CEQ trustees and Britain Yearly Meeting. Some Quaker Meetings are reopening now or in the near future with measures in place, others may remain closed for some time. Please check directly with Meetings about when and how they plan to open, before travelling.
Some Quaker Meetings may continue to hold remote meeting for worship, please check with individual Meetings for details. Woodbrooke are offering online meeting for worship, which anyone is welcome to join.
Join us for Meeting for Worship:
We are a diverse and inclusive worshipping group of some 10-15 people. Surrounded by business offices and close to the City Centre, our beautiful Meeting House remains a tranquil corner for quiet reflection.
Like most Meetings, we have discussion groups, social outings and particular projects that we support. With inter-faith and inter-denominational links, we support refugees and asylum seekers, prisoners and homeless young people, and have helped build an Aids orphanage in South Africa.
The building is wheelchair friendly and has an accessible toilet..
Large meeting room – 360 degrees
- Dimensions: 108 sq metres
- Seating: 30-50 and more when need arises
- Charge for community/charity £20 per hour
- Charge for commercial use £25 per hour
Small meeting room – 360 degrees
- Dimensions: 38 sq metres
- Seating: 10-20
- Charge for community/charity £15 per hour
- Charge for commercial use £20 per hour
Lobby – 360 degrees
There is a further small room for committee meeting hire, and kitchen for refreshments (BYO). Flipchart and pens provided on request.
Five Ways railway station (15 minutely New Street to Bromsgrove and Redditch) is 5 minutes walk away.
Nos 23, 24 run frequently Calthorpe Road (from town) and Harborne Road (to town).
No 8 (circular) runs frequently Five Ways railway station (to Hockley) and opp side Islington Row (to Small Heath).
Nos X20, X21, X22 run frequently Wheeleys Road (from New Street station) and George Road (to New Street station).
Space for two bikes locked to railings next to main door.
20 minute walk from New Street station via Mailbox, exiting towpath at Five Ways railway station.
There is one disabled parking space on the drive on weekdays, +3 spaces evenings and weekends. Ample street parking is available at weekends, but not in the week daytime.
Coming to nearby Hagley Road c.2021
Birmingham, B15 1JP