November 28, 2021
03:00 pm - 04:30 pm
Inclusive Gathering Birmingham
Edgbaston Quaker Meeting House
Birmingham, B15 1JP
On the 4th Sunday of each month we’ll be hosting ‘Real Talk & Afternoon Tea’ – it is what it says on the tin: An opportunity to talk together about the things that matter as we share food together.
Join us at 2:45 for a 3pm start at Edgbaston Quaker Meeting House (Five Ways). Scroll down for directions and details. Or join us via livestream on FB Live or YouTube.
Our own resident scientist Naomi Bennett-Steele will be leading our discussion on Climate Crisis & Living Sustainably. Will anything we do now make a difference to the planet? Is there hope? Do you have to be middle class to afford to live sustainably? And what does spirituality have to do with it?
We’ll also be lighting the Hope candle together for the first Sunday of Advent.
There will be plenty of time for questions and discussions over food. And there will be an opportunity to make your own Advent Wreath to light candles throughout Advent at home. If you are joining online, you can print your own Advent Wreath to use with tea lights as part of this Red Letter Christians UK Advent Resource here.
For those at home who would like to join a table discussion you can join Zoom via this link at 3pm. (Meeting ID: 951 1257 9105, Passcode: 916104)
IGB Kids Club will be available during the gathering for 2-10 year olds.
Food and drink will be provided with clear labelling and vegan and gluten free options.
Covid safety: We ask folks to wear masks (unless exempt) when not eating and to be mindful of others.
MORE DETAILS ABOUT OUR VENUE:
The Quaker Meeting House is on the Five Ways end of City Centre at the corner of St James Road and George Road. Enter through gate on George Road and you’ll find a lovely garden and a cosy vibe.
There is ample free parking on George Road. (It is just outside the clean air zone).
Five Ways Trains Station is just 500m away.
Numbers 1 and 8 and the Harborne and Hagley Road bus routes stop near by at the Big Morrisons at Five Ways which is nearby.
The building itself is wheelchair accessible and has accessible toilets.
Any questions can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We’re really happy to do what we can to make you feel welcome and included – if you are worried about getting to the venue from Moor Street/ New Street give us a shout!