+ How can I get to Gas Street? Is there public transport?

We are really easy to get to with good transport links. Go to our 'Getting Here' page to get directions and public transport details

+ Is there parking available?

Being in the centre of the city, we have no on-site parking. However, there are a number of free parking bays available on Gas Street, Berkley Street and surrounding roads on a Sunday. Please note these bays carry a charge 8am-6pm Monday-Saturday, and some bays do still carry a charge on a Sunday and between 6pm-8am Monday-Saturday. Also, you are unable to park on single yellow lines between the hours of 8am-7:30pm on any day of the week. Please check the signs before parking your car

There are plenty of paid multi-storey car parks around Broad Street, the cheapest of which for all-day parking include Euro Car Parks on Tennant Street and Bishopsgate Street. You can visit YourParkingSpace to book parking in advance

+ What do I wear on a Sunday?

Most people who attend are usually dressed in a casual manner, for example t-shirt & jeans. However, if you would like to wear your new suit or dress you are totally welcome!

How do I find out more about geting baptised?

Baptism is a powerful moment of publicly declaring your faith in Jesus. We have Baptism gatherings twice a year (check the calendar for the next one) - if you want to explore more about getting baptised, or reaffirming your baptism promise, email baptisms@gasstreet.org & our team would love to explore this with you

+ Is Gas Street accessible for those with a disability?

Yes, the main part of our building is all on one level and there are no steps. There are also disabled toilet facilities available

+ Do you have provision for those hard of hearing?

Yes, we have a hearing aid loop installed - please make one of our host team aware when you arrive and they will show you the best place to sit while you are with us

+ Are there hotels nearby

Yes, there are lots of hotels nearby - including a Travelodge and Jury's Inn on Broad Street

+ Are there places to eat and shop nearby?

Yes, there are plenty of places to eat nearby; in Brindley Place (a 2 minute walk away) there are lots of restaurants and bars, and a 10 minute walk away is the Bullring & Grand Central (New Street Station) which has over 200 shops and restaurants

+ Do you serve communion?

Communion is served at Gas Street on the second Sunday of the month at the 9:30am & 11:30am gatherings, and the fourth Sunday of the month at the 6pm gathering

Communion is served at St Luke’s Great Colmore Street on the first, third and fifth Sunday’s of the month at 11am

We welcome anyone who believes in Jesus, in any denomination of the church, to receive communion

+ Is there WiFi available?

Yes, there is free WiFi available that all visitors can connect to

+ Can I hire your facilities?

Please visit our Venue Hire page

+ I still have a question. Who do I contact?

Head to our 'Contact' page and one of the team would love to answer your question as soon as we can