Sunday meetings for worship are held in the Meeting House from 10:30am with a parallel Zoom-only meeting for those who are unable to attend the meeting house. There is a children's meeting at the meeting house on the second and fourth Sundays of each month and on other Sundays on Zoom.
Midweek Meetings are held on Tuesdays at 12:30. On the Second Tuesday of each month we meet at the meeting house and on the fourth Tuesday on zoom. You can also join the Sunday meeting from the meeting house. Please contact us if you’d like to know more.
Please note that there will be a Christmas day zoom-only meeting, and on Boxing Day, Sunday 26 December, there will only be an in-person meeting at the meeting house.
59 Wandsworth High St, London, SW18 2PT
Every Sunday at 10:30-11:30
Second Tuesday at 12:30-13:00
Fourth Tuesday at 12:30-13:00
We hold two parallel and separate meetings for worship each Sunday - one at the meeting house, and one remotely on zoom. Second Tuesday meeting is in person only, fourth Tuesday meeting is by zoom only. Please contact us if you’d like to know more.
Second and fourth Sundays at the meeting house at 10:30. Other Sundays by zoom prior to the main meeting for worship.. All ages welcome. We also hold a Junior Meeting for ages 11-18 on first Sunday of each month. Please contact us for details.
✓ Hearing loop
✓ Wheelchair access
✓ Wheelchair accessible toilet
Quakers are campaigning for equality through three specific areas of social justice in Britain: migrant and refugee rights, housing conditions, and a more compassionate criminal justice system.
As Quakers, we understand climate change to be a symptom of a greater challenge: how to live sustainably and justly on this earth.
Quakers recognise that there is ‘that of God in everyone’, and this leads us to renounce violence and to work actively for peace.
Updated 5 August 2021
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