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Welcome

Welcome.  Are you a Quaker living in or visiting London?  Or someone who wants to find out more about Quakers, or find a meeting in London?

London Quakers

We aim to keep Quakers across London in touch with one another, and to give us a voice in addressing the wider world by organising events and helping us keep in touch with one another.

There are about forty Quaker meetings in London, grouped into seven Area Meetings.  Most meet for worship each Sunday, and sometimes at other times too.   Any of them will be glad to see you whenever you come.

Come and join us!  Most of our events are open to all, just turn up.  They are free, although some may have a collection.  But if you cannot afford it, or don't want to contribute, please don't.  We'd rather have you than not.  (Courses are the exception - they have a small change and need to be booked.)

Mailing List

Please sign up for our mailing list, and we'll send you details of London Quaker events, approximately once a month.  We will not share this list with others, and you can unsubscribe at any time.

Next Events

Our last 2016 dialogue, at Friends House opposite Euston station in London and is open to all with prior registration requested (not vital, but it helps us plan).

  • Saturday 1 October - Banking 10.30-4pm

Recent events

Presentations from our 16 April Dementia day and the AGM minutes and other papers can be found in the News section.

London Quakers day conference on Housing: what canst thou do at Friends House on 20th February was attended by over 150 from all over the UK. We heard Lord Bob Kerslake give a trenchant exposition of the deep flaws in the Housing Biill that is now going through Parliament. Afternoon workshops gave Friends opportunities to explore "What canst thous do?" - personally, with others, as part of an existing organisation. The problems of our deep crisis in housing are not insoluble, and our voices can be heard.

  • Start where you are
  • Use what you have
  • Do what you can

The papers from the conference are being uploaded on the new Facebook Group:

Quakers and Housing Inequality

This already carries the opening remarks (Paul Parker), the overview slides (Bernadette O'Shea) and the text of the talk from Lord Bob Kerslake and a fairly trenchant Press Release.

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