Quakers worship in communual stillness. The silence may be broken if someone present feels
called to say something that will deepen and enrich the worship. This might be speaking,
praying or reading aloud. This will break the silence for a few minutes, but does not interrupt it.
At our meeting house, there will be someone at the door to welcome you, and a selection of
optional texts on the hallway table. In the meeting room, you may take any seat in the
room (unless marked otherwise), and may help yourself to any books on the centre table. You
may speak if you feel moved to do so, and you are welcome to stay afterwards for a cup of tea
and a chat.
If you have any questions, accessibility needs, or if you wish to join over Zoom, please get in
touch via firstname.lastname@example.org.
We have spaces for hire evenings, weekends and bank holidays. More details can be found on our Room Hire page.
Please send all enquiries to email@example.com