Birmingham Central has a rich tradition of providing compassionate pastoral care to its members. We take great pride in fostering a warm and nurturing community, attuned to the needs of every member.

Within our close-knit congregation, a dedicated group of volunteers is readily available by phone. They are eager to extend a caring hand to any member experiencing illness, loneliness, or confinement. We understand that sometimes, these moments require prompt attention, and we’re here to assist.

Additionally, we’re here to help you attend Shul events. Whether it’s arranging transportation or connecting you with others facing similar circumstances, we’re committed to ensuring you’re part of our communal gatherings.

If you or someone you know could benefit from any of these situations – be it a one-time occurrence or a regular connection – please feel free to reach out to our pastoral care coordinator, Alan. He is here to make sure you receive the support you need.


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