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Meeting for Worship

Sundays from 11.00 – 12.00 and Wednesdays from 18.15 – 19.00, 
and on the first Tuesday of each month from 13.00 – 13.30.

Anyone can attend our Meetings for Worship; we welcome newcomers.

On Sundays the meeting house is open for worship in person from 11:00 – 12:00.

Meetings for worship on Sundays continue to take place both on Zoom and in-person at the meeting house. We are currently offering every other meeting as “blended”, using audio and video technology in the meeting room. These “blended meetings” take place on the second and fourth Sunday of the month, whilst on the first, third and fifth Sunday the meetings are not linked together, and the video equipment is absent from the meeting room.

On Wednesdays the meeting house is open for worship in person from 6:15 – 7:00pm.

Meetings for worship on Wednesdays also take place both on Zoom and in-person at the meeting house, in the Library. All of these meetings are “blended meetings” with some audio and video technology in the room.

On the first Tuesday of the month the meeting house is open for worship in person from 13:00 – 13:30pm.

Meetings for worship on Tuesdays take place in the Library, in-person only, with no extra technology in the room.

To see more about our online Meetings for Worship, click here or contact clerk@westminsterquakers.org.uk for the Zoom link.


Current Vacancies: Children’s Worker – Deadline Monday 23rd May 2022


Childrens Meetings

First four Sundays at 11.00 (contact childrens@westminsterquakers.org.uk for details)

To see more about our Childrens Meetings for Worship, click here.


About Westminster Quaker Meeting House

Westminster Quaker Meeting House is primarily a place of Quaker worship. We provide an oasis of calm for contemplation, reflection, meditation, healing and spiritual well-being. Our beautiful Meeting House is home to a varied and dynamic community of spiritual groups, healing practitioners, and people exploring other forms of personal growth. In sharing our simple and spiritful spaces with a wider community we are able to financially support other Meeting Houses across London. We want all who visit this building to leave feeling refreshed, enlivened, peaceful and inspired.

If you want to know more about Quakers generally, see What is Quakerism, and visit www.quaker.org.uk, the website of Britain Yearly Meeting – the national Quaker organisation. The section on Quaker Worship may be particularly helpful if you are new to Quakers.

If you want to know more about other Quaker Meetings in London visit www.londonquakers.org.uk.