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  • Sikh Mission & Study Centre (UK)

    Enhance understanding of Sikh religion and community. Aim to run mela and community radio

    This organisation is dormant.

  • Sikh School of Arts

    Sikh School of Arts is community cultural enterprise established in 1970 in order to improve community morale and arts educatiion. We implement projects that intertwine the learning of cultural arts with community advancement. It is our aim to empower vulnerable and hard to reach groups by helping them overcome 'barriers' that prevent them from accessing existing and potential opportunities. By engaging in the learning of various arts individuals can channel their unlocked talents away from negative elements and towards developing skills enabling them to enjoy, understand and participate facilitating greater community cohesion. In short: enabling individuals to collectively boost their physical, psychological, spiritual, economic and social health by engaging in diverse art forms. Our services are not exclusive to the Sikh community and are open to all peoples regardless of race or belief.

  • Sikh Society

    To promote any charitable purpose for the Sikh community including:- the advancement of the Sikh religion, and of education, the relief of poverty and sickness. The provision of facilities for the recreation and other leisure-time occupation in the interest of social welfare and with the object of improving the conditions of life of the Sikh community. To facilitate different organisations to interact with each other to foster effective dissemination of Sikhism.

    This organisation is dormant.

  • Smethwick Mini Muslims Club

    We provide citizenship and social education for pre-teen children, from mainly Pakistani backgroud. In doing this their families are able to understand the culture and heritage in which they find themselves. Our club teaches children about their faith, Islam. We also look at etiquette, manners, religious beliefs and festivals. The children will meet representatives of the Police, other faith community groups etc. in order to gain a good understanding of the civil society. We are also looking into healthy life styles and sports activities.

  • SonShine (UK)

    Youth & community project supporting young men aged 9 -19 years old (and their families) residing in Sandwell and Birmingham

  • St Hilda's Church - Warley Woods

    Church and community centre used by a variety of organisations

  • St Johns Community Centre, Rood End

    Groups which use the Community Centre include: Explorers- Older Scouts, Scouts, Cubs, Beavers, Church of England, Place of Welcome (Coffee Morning), Oldbury Faith Foundation, Karate Club, Sandwell Healthy Lifestyle (Mytime Active), Sure Start, Broomfield Academy of Dance, Monthly meetings of St Paul's Neighbourhood, Sandwell Homes advice centre (weekly). The halls are available for hire.

  • St Mary's Bearwood

    Christian Church and Community Centre

  • St Michael The Archangel Church

    The pastoral services including Baptism (Christening), Weddings and Funerals are available to those who live in the parish or can demonstrate a clear connection. House Blessings, Home Communions and Anointing of the Sick can be arranged. Sunday Mass at St. Michael the Archangel, Tividale Road, is 11 am. (12.30 pm Baptisms - as required) Monday 6.00 pm to 7.30 pm Karate Wednesday 12 noon Mass 12.30 pm 2.00 pm Lunch Club (£2) 5.00 pm to 6.30 pm Slimming World 7.00 pm to 8.30 pm Slimming World Thursday 6.30 pm to 7.30 pm Parish Surgery - book your Banns, Weddings, Baptisms... 7.30 pm Mass Saturday 9.30 am Mass 10.00 am to noon Illusion Dance (Children / Teens Dance) Hall Hire available - usually £22 per hour, long term £16 per hour parking for 40 cars Find the Church on Facebook Page

  • St Pauls Church Blackheath

    St Pauls is the Parish Church of Blackheath and is part of the Church of England. The church is used as a place of worship and the church hall as a well used community facility by many different community groups.


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