Meeting House Open for limited use
Due to the Coronavirus outbreak, Swindon Friends Meeting House is currently closed for renting out room space.
Meetings for Worship is taking place with Covid-19 restrictions,
with a Blended Meeting for Worship (In person at the Meeting House
and linked to a Zoom call for those wishing to join from home).
If you wish to join us, please contact the clerk
Please contact the clerk if you have any questions.
Please check this page for updates.
Swindon Quaker Meeting
Quakers believe in a spiritual dimension to life, ethical living, and in seeking these things in community. Our style of worship is quiet, and our community aims to be inclusive. You are very welcome to come to our Meeting for Worship on Sundays at 10.30 am. There will be no pressure; Quakers may or may not be for you just now, but we would be delighted to help you find out. There is usually some parking space.
Our meetings are currently a mix of people meeting ‘in person’ at 79 Eastcott Hill, and on zoom. Our meetings observe current government guidance which requires facemasks and social distancing indoors (subject to change of course). For zoom details please contact the clerk, or with any questions about Swindon Quakers.
Read more about what you can expect at a Quaker Meeting for Worship in Swindon click here.
Friends Meeting House, 79 Eastcott Hill, Swindon, SN1 3JF
Tel. 01793 536588 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Take heed dear Friends to the promptings of love and truth in your own hearts. Trust them as the leadings of God, whose light shows us our darkness and brings us into new life. Advices and Queries (Quaker Faith and Practice 1.0)
Spiritual learning continues throughout life and often in unexpected ways. There is inspiration to be found all around us, in the natural world., in the sciences and arts, in our work and friendships, in our sorrows as well as in our joys. Are you open to new light, from whatever source it may come?' Advices and Queries (Quaker Faith and Practice 1.07)
The Advices and Queries are intended for use in Quaker meetings; for private devotion and reflection; as a challenge and inspiration to us in our personal lives and in our life as a religious community; and as a concise expression of our faith and practice for enquirers and the wider world.