As the name implies, the Club meets on Tuesday’s, during school term. The meetings are open to all and start at 1.45pm.
Activities include guest speakers covering many diverse topics, some of which are appropriate to the time of year, and some given by members themselves. There are also lunches and outings to different places.
Recent talks have covered The Life of Danny Kay and Life in the 1950’s.
The cost is £2 a week, only payable when you attend.
If you would like to join the group and make new friends, please contact one of the telephone numbers below for more information or just arrive at the Church where you will receive a warm welcome.
Tree of Life is one of two other fellowships who use our church building for their worship on Sundays from 4.00 to 6.00pm.
Handsworth Welcome Project
The church hosts Handsworth Welcome Project for Refugees and Asylum seekers every Friday, which our Minister currently chairs.
It is run by volunteers who ensure that food which has been donated by local supermarkets and the congregation is used to cook a meal for everyone and give out food every week.
Volunteers cook the meal and assist them with any problems they may have, help them with English, and put them in contact with government agencies. It is also an opportunity for them to meet people from their own countries. We also have a legal advisor present. Welcome is under the umbrella of Restore in Birmingham.
The meal is usually ready to be served by 12 noon.
Kingdom is one of two other fellowships who use our church building for their worship on Sundays. We have a close relationship with Kingdom Ministries who have worshipped at Elmwood since 2002. Their Pastor and one of their members lead worship at Elmwood at least twice a year.
Their Sunday service is from 1.00pm until 3.00pm and they have another meeting on Wednesday evening from 7.30pm until 9.00pm.
On alternate Thursdays a busy band cook and serve a hot lunch for people who live in the Handsworth Wood area. For the date of the next Club meeting see what’s on in the calendar.
Usually, there are between 20-30 people who join the Club for lunch to come and enjoy good company, food and hospitality. To ensure that people are properly catered for, please call in advance one of the telephone numbers below.
Diners normally arrive at Church around 12 noon with lunch served at 12.30pm.
The meal is a hot dinner and dessert plus tea and coffee. The Club makes a charge of £5 per person for the cost of the meal.
Advice and Advocacy with Refugee and Migrant Women. Addressing immigration, housing, money and health problems through casework, with community interpretation and partnerships with other organisations. As well as awareness raising of issues women face in their daily lives.
Drop in and pre-booked appointments, and Groups, on Mondays 11-3.