Bunhill Fields Quaker Meeting
Quakers meet for worship in what used to be the caretakers house of a set of Quaker mission buildings — all that remains after second-world-war bombing. The surrounding gardens and playground occupy the site of the old ‘Quaker Burying Ground’ that was the first freehold land owned by Quakers in London. Our founder, George Fox, is buried here amongst many thousand early Quakers.
You can find us at
Bunhill Fields Meeting House
Every Sunday at 11:00-12:00
Third Wednesday at 12:45-13:30
No children's meeting at present, but families are welcome; we have a children's room/library; Quaker Gardens contains a playground.
Meeting for Worship
Meetings for Worship are held in a prayerful silence within which anyone present may contribute. All are welcome.
Activities following worship
Sunday meetings are followed by tea/coffee and the opportunity for conversation.
On the second Sunday of each month refreshments are followed by either a business meeting or a discussion/learning group.
Wednesday meetings are followed by a shared lunch and the opportunity for conversation.
Bunhill Fields has a long history…