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Quaker Meeting

A spiritual path for our time

Welcome to Wandsworth Quakers

We believe that God is present in every person. Putting our faith into action is central to our way of life. We try to live simply and sustainably, to trust in love, and to work towards peace and equality.

You don’t have to be a Quaker to come to Quaker meeting!

Our meeting times are:

Every Sunday at 10:30-11:30amSecond Tuesday at 12:30-1:00pm
59 Wandsworth High St
SW18 2PT Get directions on Google Maps →

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Quiet day for love of the Earth


A quiet retreat day at the Meeting House, rooted in silent worship. Arrivals registration and refreshments 10am for 10.30 start. Some contemplative and quiet creative and activities will be offered (materials provided) , on a theme of Earth care, or you can opt to spend much of the day in silent worship or prayer. Please bring a contribution to a silent shared vegetarian lunch. All are welcome, whether or not from Quaker or Christian traditions. No special skills or knowledge required. Free, but please register in advace lovingearthproject@gmail.com, and be sure to let us know in good time of any special needs. More details at http://quakerarts.net/event/a-quiet-day-for-love-of-the-earth/


Meeting for Worship



Meeting for Worship



Evening social


All welcome to our Spring social. Please, if you can, bring some food to share.


Meeting for Worship


New to Quakers?

Not sure what to expect the first time you come to a Quaker Meeting for Worship? We come together where we can listen to the promptings of truth and love in our hearts, which we understand as arising from God. Our meetings are based on silence: a silence of waiting and listening.

Click here to read about the personal views of Quakerism from Friends in our meeting. You can also find our what to expect the first time you come to meeting.

Learn more about Quakers in Britain

Social justice

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.

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As Quakers, we understand climate change to be a symptom of a greater challenge: how to live sustainably and justly on this earth.

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Quakers recognise that there is ‘that of God in everyone’, and this leads us to renounce violence and to work actively for peace.

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