During this time of crisis, many Quaker meetings are meeting online rather than in person whilst meeting houses are closed to all users. Please check the websites of individual meetings to see if they are running Zoom/online meetings and who to contact for details.   Quaker Meetings in London are grouped in 7 Area Meetings and the list below shows links to the Area Meeting websites.

Southeast London AM
And here’s a link to my table of online meetings.   Additional information welcome.

Welcome to London Quakers

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

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.)

Find a local meeting

Find your nearest quaker meeting in London using our map facility.

Visit for an interactive tool to locate meetings throughout Britain.

New to quakers?

Our new to Quakers page briefly introduces Quakers: what we believe, how we worship and what sorts of social action have sprung from our approach. The links page will guide you to sources of more detailed information about Quakers. Read more…

Under 19s

On our Under 19s page we aim to have Quaker internet material of interest to children, young people and their parents or carers. Read more…

Weekday lunchtime worship at Friends House

A chance to experience Quaker Worship every week day 12:30 to 1:00pm in the worship space of the Quaker Centre. Our volunteers can answer Quaker questions and guide you through if it's your first time. We especially welcome Quakers visiting Friends House. The worship space can also be used throughout the day for quiet reflection and is located in the bookshop on the ground floor of Friends House, Euston.