Quakers are a faith group committed to working for equality and peace.
Quaker faith is a search for truth, not an arrival.
We don’t offer neat creeds or doctrine. Instead, we try to help each other work out how we should live. All people are welcome and accepted at a Quaker meeting.
Quakerism is almost 400 years old. It’s the common name for the Religious Society of Friends. It grew out of Christianity and today we also find meaning and value in other faiths and traditions. We recognise that there’s something transcendent and precious in every person. Different Quakers use different words to describe this, but we all believe we can be in contact with it and encounter something beyond our individual selves.
Quakers don’t use traditional religious structures or paid ministers. We share responsibility for what we do because everyone has a valuable contribution to make.
A Quaker meeting for worship can be held anywhere, at any time. Every meeting for worship begins in silence. We use it to open ourselves to the wisdom that comes out of stillness. It enriches us and shapes us, individually and collectively. This is what we mean by ‘worship’.
Our understanding of God is shaped by personal experience; different people use words that they find helpful and meaningful. Read More
Meeting for Worship takes place for an hour on Sunday mornings at 10.30am
There is a Children’s Meeting by prior arrangement – please e-mail
Meeting Room (with hearing loop) £6 an hour;
Committee Room £4 an hour
Also available at the Meeting House:
A small enclosed garden that can also be available to hirers by arrangement
Sheringham Local Quaker Meeting
14 Cremer Street, Sheringham, NR26 8DZ