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Date: 26 May 2020

Time: 07:32

Religious ceremonies, rituals and worship

Religious ceremonies, rituals and worship

Buddhist meditation

Day of the weekTimeLocation
Monday 13:30 – 14:00 Quiet Corner, Faith and Community Centre, Level 1, Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham

Christian services

Day of the weekServiceStart timeLocation
Sunday Holy Communion 11:00 Chapel, Faith and Community Centre, Level 1, Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham
Catholic Mass 16:00
Monday Prayers 12:00
Tuesday Prayers 12:00
Thursday Holy Communion 12:00
Friday Catholic Mass 13:00

Hindu prayers (Yoga and Puja)

Hindu prayers are available on request.

Muslim prayers

Zuhr prayer (Monday - Thursday)

Starts at 13:30 in the Prayer Rooms, Faith and Community Centre, Level 1, QEHB.

Jumu’ah prayer (Friday)

Time of yearSessionTalkKhutbah (Arabic) & Jama'ahLocation
Winter 1st 12:15 12:30 Prayer Rooms, Faith and Community Centre, Level 1, Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham 
2nd 12:55 13:15
3rd 12:45 13:00 Prayer Rooms, Heritage Building, Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham
Summer 1st 13:00 13:15 Prayer Rooms, Faith and Community Centre, Level 1, Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham 
2nd 13:35 13:45
3rd 12:45 13:00 Prayer Rooms, Heritage Building, Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham

Women are most welcome. Suitable provision in the Prayer Room has been made for all.

Sikh prayers (Simran and Ardaas)

Sikh prayers are available upon request.

Tranquility Zone 

Needing to recharge your batteries? Why not take some time out from your busy schedule and join us for 20 minutes of reflection and relaxation.

A short programme of music, inspiring readings and prayers providing food for thought, time for reflection and an opportunity to refuel your soul.

Hindu prayers are available on request.Hindu prayers (Yoga and Puja)

Other services

If you have something important to mark, remember or celebrate, a member of the Chaplaincy Team would be happy to help. On occasion, we are asked to perform baptism, marriage, funeral and memorial ceremonies.

There are memorial books of remembrance for those who have died while in hospital. For details of how to record the name of a loved, one, please enquire at the bereavement care office.

The quiet corner of the Faith and Community Centre is a space open to all, 24 hours a day. If you would like a bit of quiet or privacy amidst the business of hospital life, you are most welcome to visit.

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