All in-person meeting for worship is currently suspended. From 4th July, Quaker Meetings will be 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 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:
Except the fourth Sunday of each month: 3-4pm.
We are a welcoming and inclusive Quaker Meeting that accommodates diverse views, not just theologically. Sometimes our Meetings for Worship can be completely silent; when there is ’spoken ministry’, it usually relates to personal experience and social situations. Life beyond our Meeting for Worship includes shared lunches, study sessions, a book club, walks, and other communal and sociable activities.
You are welcome to join us for an afternoon Meeting for Worship on the fourth Sunday of each month (3-4pm) at Sutton Coldfield. This is instead of the 10:30am meeting. Upcoming dates for afternoon meeting:No Events
Meeting for Worship, Support & Healing
Held on the first Thursday of each month at 2.00pm. Upcoming dates:No Events
Children and young people are welcome and provision is always made for them. If possible, please give prior notice to the clerk so we can cater for their needs: email@example.com
There is a ramp for emergency and disabled access; there are no internal stairs. Toilet facilities include accommodation for the disabled. The Meeting House is equipped with a sound amplification system, which does not depend on the use of a hearing aid.
The Meeting House is available for hire by community groups & voluntary organisations for use during the week – especially during the day-time – and at weekends. Our current tenants include the ‘Sutton Coldfield Photographic Society’, a Circle Dancing Group, a Ukulele Class, the Cat Protection League, a children’s ‘Pokemon’ Club, several Yoga Classes, and another small religious group. Please contact the Lettings Secretary, Ian Taylor at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information
A Quaker Meeting House sign on Birmingham Road points up Manor Hill in Sutton Coldfield. Kenelm Road is on the right, off Manor Hill, immediately before the road bridge over the railway. Car parking is available, directly in front of the Meeting House.
Buses 66 and 104 to Sutton Coldfield stop at Manor Hill, which is the last stop before Sutton Town Centre.
Sutton Coldfield, B73 6HD