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Chichester Quaker Meeting

The Meeting House building at Priory Park in Chichester is closed because of Covid-19 restrictions. The Meeting for Worship at St Anne’s Community Centre in Midhurst is also not taking place at the moment.

We run an online Meeting for Worship on Sunday morning and Thursday late afternoon while we can’t meet in person.  Please contact Chris Grove (our Correspondence Clerk) on 01243 839829 or email clerk@chichesterquakers.org.uk if you’d like to know more.

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Truth, Equality, Simplicity, Peace and Sustainability are important to the way Quakers live.

‘We experience God or The Light directly within ourselves, in our relationships with others and the world around us’.

Come to a Meeting ….

We are running an online Meeting for Worship on Sunday morning at 10.30 am and Thursday at 5.00 pm for 45 minutes.  Please contact Chris Grove (our Correspondence Clerk) on 01243 839829 or email clerk@chichesterquakers.org.uk if you’d like to know more. 

You can also join a national online Meeting for Worship www.woodbrooke.org.uk/about/online-mfw

You can find us at

Priory Road
Chichester
West Sussex
PO19 1NX

We meet:

Every Sunday at 10:30-11:30
Every Thursday at 17:00-17:45

Children's Meeting:

Details of dates of Children's Meeting are published on the Website.

Our phone number:

01243 839829

Accessibility:

✓ Hearing Loop
✓ Wheelchair
✓ Wheelchair Toilet

Upcoming EventsView all events →

Sun 28 February

Meeting for Worship (on-line)

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Join us for an hour of silent Worship on-line followed by social chat

Thu 4 March

Meeting for Worship (on-line)

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Join us for 45-minute silent Worship on-line followed by an opportunity for social chat

Fri 5 March

World Day of Prayer 2021

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This year World Day of Prayer (formally Women's World Day of Prayer) comes from Vanuatu, a remote group of Islands 2000 miles east of Australia.  For further details see the WDP website.

New to Quakers?

Not sure what to expect the first time you come to a Quaker Meeting for Worship?

The Religious Society of Friends – more commonly known as Quakers, share a way of life, not a set of beliefs.

We seek to experience God or The Light directly (without the need for priests/ministers and rituals), within ourselves and in our relationships with others and the world around us. We share the core values of Truth, Equality, Simplicity, Peace and Sustainability.

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