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.
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 friendly, welcoming meeting with a mix of longstanding members, newcomers and international visitors from local colleges such as Woodbrooke Quaker Study Centre and Birmingham University. There are regular discussions, shared lunches, gardening sessions and social events. The Meeting House is set well back from the Bristol Road with its own garden and wildlife area.
You are welcome to join us for an afternoon Meeting for Worship on the first Sunday of each month (2:30-3:30pm) at Selly Oak. This is instead of the 10:30am meeting. Upcoming dates for afternoon meeting:No Events
There is a children’s meeting alongside the main meeting for worship every week during school term-time. Please contact the Meeting House manager at email@example.com or 0785 442 1959 for more information.
The Meeting House rooms are available for hire. Groups we are home to include the Birmingham Natural History Society, an Accordion group, and a Friendship Group. We also are a venue for some music exams. If you wish to book rooms please contact the Meeting House manager: firstname.lastname@example.org or 0785 442 1959.
By bus: Five minutes walk from No. 11 Outer Circle bus route. Buses 61, and 63 from the city centre stop at the entrance.
By train: get a local train out to Selly Oak station and then walk up or get a bus to the Meeting House.
By car, we are about 4 miles from the city centre on the Bristol Road. Entrance is quite a narrow drive between 928 and 938 Bristol Road. If travelling SW and you reach Woodbrooke, you have gone too far and will have to U turn in the dual carriageway and drive back some 200 metres! There is a right turn lane after two sets of pedestrian lights. Car parking available.
Birmingham, B29 6NB