St Mark's Community Hub for the people of Oscott and Kingstanding
Our Gentle Seated Exercise is on Thursday at 1.30.
Followed by our Place of Welcome at 2.00.
Why not drop in for a free cuppa and biccie.
St. Mark's Community Hub places relationships at the top of their priorities. We aim to provide an environment in which people can make new friends and develop common interests.
Who We Are
St Marks Community Hub is located in the Oscott Ward within the Perry Barr Constituency.
St Mark's Community Hub is part of St Mark's Church, Kingstanding, Birmingham within the Church of England, Birmingham Diocese.
We are a registered charity 1126875.
The Community Hub is in a joint venture with the Church of England Birmingham and Church Urban Fund to support local residents in tackling poverty and helping their neighbourhoods to flourish.
As part of the Thrive Partnership, The Community Hub is involved in a number of different ways. Each partner works to their local needs supporting them to:
develop activities that meet the needs of their communities,
build strong neighbourhood relationships,
understand the needs of their community,
collaborate with other people, particularly other faith communities, who are also committed to addressing issues of poverty and social justice and to helping their neighbourhoods flourish.
Contact us to see what you can do to bring about positive change.
To find out what other partners are offering go to
Meet the Team
Keith-Community Development Officer
Vicki - Senior Care Worker
Dave - Senior Care Worker
Sue - Care Worker
Marilyn - Care Worker
Alvin - Driver
Not all our staff, some are camera shy.
Make new friends, try something new.
Young at Heart
Tea at Three on Tuesday
There is no need to leave home to join in our group chat. Simply call us on 0121 360 1884 and we will tell you how to phone in. Then get ready for a chat on Tuesday by putting the kettle on
Our Community Choir meets on a Wednesday between 4.30 and 6.00pm. No experience required and we sing anything from Bach to the Beatles. The choir will start meeting again on 6th April Cost £2.00.
Gentle seated exercise
This group is proving to be popular with people saying that they are really feeling the benefit. No special equipment required or Lycra clothing. Come along on a Thursday at 1.30 and start to feel the benefit, cost £2.00
Place of Welcome
Every Thursday afternoon from 2.00 to 4.00pm . Call in for a cuppa and a biscuit. Have a chat with other people. Make new friends. Discover common interests. Brush up your digital skills or find out how to get started, we have equipment that can help you. Do on line job searches, apply for a job. Do a book swop, we have a lot to choose from. Best of all it is free.
Card making group
This group usually meets on the first Thursday of the month from 2.00 to 4.00. All materials are provided and help in making 2 cards per session. Come and give it a try. The cost is £3.00 per session. Next session Thursday 7th April 2022.
Young at Heart
This group usually meets on the last Thursday of the month and goes to a place of interest. This is often a National Trust Property or a Museum. The price varies depending on admission charges and the travelling distance. The group will start trips again in the spring of 2022
An opportunity for a spot of Lunch, actually a 2 course meal with a cup of Tea/Coffee. Menu varies each week, so a quick phone call to ask what is being served and to book a place is all that is required. Meal is served at 12.45 and is self service. Cost is £5.50. This activity is open.
This group meets fortnightly and looks at local history and there is quite a lot of interesting things about the area. Discussions often get started when old photographs of the area are looked at. This group will resume in the 2022
Day Centre for the Elderly
For over 50 years we have operated a day centre for the Elderly. It provides an opportunity for older people who cannot get out of the house easily with a place to go, where they can talk with other people and take part in activities. Accessible transport is available to and from the centre. There is a 2 course Midday Meal and refreshments. A range of activities take place throughout the day.
Care staff are on hand to assist people. We like to discuss with the family before a person is offered a place to make sure that is suitable for their needs. We accept people with dementia.
We are Monday - Wednesday and Friday.
Many people are referred via other agencies and in some cases Birmingham City Council and other local authorities will help with the cost of attending.
The daily cost is £27.00
What you can do
Get in touch with St Mark's Community Hub today.
St Marks Community Hub
St Mark's Church Centre
By Email firstname.lastname@example.org
By phone 0121 360 1884 or 4298 24 hour answerphone when office in unmanned
For information about St. Mark's Church Kingstanding visit their website www.stmarkskingstanding.co.uk
How to get to St. Mark's Church and Community Hub
The 934 bus that operates between Birmingham and Walsall passes every half hour. You alight on Bandywood Road.
The 33 bus passes close by, alight at the junction of Lambeth and Brockwell roads, the centre is a short walk up the hill.