Welcome to

Quaker Meeting

The Meeting House is closed due to the COVID-19 outbreak.  We are now running an online Meeting for Worship on Sunday mornings while we can’t meet in person.  Please contact us if you’d like to know more.  Note that Zoom sign-in details will change from Tuesday 7 July for the midweek (Tuesday) meeting and from Sunday 12 July for the Sunday meeting.  New details will be sent out 5 July: if you do not receive them, please use the contact us form to get the correct details.

Welcome to Wandsworth Quakers

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We believe that God is present in everyone. 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.

The Meeting House is closed at present due to the COVID-19 outbreak.  We hold online Meetings for Worship on Sunday and Tuesday mornings while we can’t meet in person.  Please contact us if you’d like to know more. 

!!!  Note that sign-in details will change for meetings after 5 July – please contact us if you do not get the new sign-in links so you can continue to worship with us.

You are welcome to join us for a virtual Meeting for Worship on Sundays at 10:30am for an hour followed by a chat, or on Tuesdays at 12:30am for 30 minutes, followed by spiritual sharing.

You can also join a national online Meeting for Worship www.woodbrooke.org.uk/about/online-mfw

Our Elders, Overseers and Clerks will post any changes to this situation on our website or our twitter account @WandswrthQuaker

59 Wandsworth High St
SW18 2PT Get directions on Google Maps →

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.

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