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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

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, pleadse don't.  We'd rather have you than not!  (Courses are the exception - they have a small change and need to be booked.)

We aim to keep Quakers across London in touch with one another, and to give them a voice in addressing the wider world.  There are about forty meetings, grouped into seven Area Meetings, across London. Most meet for worship each Sunday, and sometimes at other times too.   Any of them will be glad to see you whenever you come.

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

Most events are free and open to all, Quaker or not, Londoner or not.  However courses, which may carry a fee must be booked in advance.

  • 13 June .    Building relationships in children’s meeting – nurture and discipline, a day run by Children and Young People’s team.  Book via, no charge

  • 20 June What can we do with what we've got?   Simon Best of Woodbrooke running a day for those in meetings where there are not enough people to do all the jobs.  £40 course fee.

  • 27 June - an opportunity to join with the London Link group (for 11-18 year old quakers in London) at the Pride in London festival.  See events pages for details.

  • 12 September - training day for Elders and Overseers at Friends House.  £40 course fee.  Note for this event, book with Woodbrooke, (it's not on their course database)

  • 26 September Dialogue Being my enemy – the spiritual aspect of letting go

  • 2 October Bring and Sing - 7-9pm, doors open at 6pm with tea and coffee provided.

Recent events

For updates on some recent events, such as the London Quakers AGM and the meeting to discuss issues facing Quakers across London, please see the News pages (link on left). These pages have the minutes, reports and accounts as appropriate.