What happens at Two:23?
Two:23 host five meetings a year where we worship together, are inspired by wonderful speakers, and catch up with others. Check out our previous meetings here.
Our meetings take place in person at Bloomsbury Central Baptist Church, and are also streamed live.
Our next meeting will be on Saturday 8th October 2022, and will be followed by time to have coffee together in church. Everyone is welcome, especially if you are joining us for the first time. Arrive from 2pm for a 2.23pm start. No need to book in advance.
We also host a Zoom call at 4.15pm after each meeting for those watching the livestream at home. You can get the links to join us online by clicking on the link at www.two23.net.
Who comes to Two:23?
Everyone is welcome, whether or not you’re LGBT yourself - we also love to welcome friends and family members, and anyone else who fancies joining us. If you're coming for the first time, we hope you'll feel especially welcome. People tend to be very friendly and approachable at Two:23, but if you’d like to make contact with someone first, do please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org – we’d love to hear from you!
Where does Two:23 take place?
Our Saturday afternoon in-person meetings take place in the main sanctuary at Bloomsbury Central Baptist Church in central London.
The address is 235 Shaftesbury Avenue, London WD2H 8EP, and it’s a short walk from Tottenham Court Road, Covent Garden or Holborn tube stations, just off New Oxford Street.
Search for 'Bloomsbury Central Baptist Church' on Transport for London to plan your route.
When is the next meeting?
Check out our homepage for details of meetings coming up.
However you identify, and wherever you stand on issues of faith, gender and sexuality, we hope you'll feel really welcome at any of our events. Do drop us a line if you'd like to know more by clicking here.
Is Two:23 accessible?
Bloomsbury Central Baptist Church is fully wheelchair accessible, with the sanctuary, foyer and accessible toilets all on one level, and spaces among the pews for wheelchairs. There is access to the rest of the building using the lift, although Two:23 usually only takes place on the ground floor. Tottenham Court Road tube now also provides step-free access to the Northern and Central lines.
After the meetings people often move on to a nearby restaurant, which is fully wheelchair accessible, and a nearby pub, which unfortunately does not have wheelchair-accessible toilets.
Additionally, we stream the meetings live to our website for those who can't get to our in-person meetings, followed by a Zoom call.