Cardiff Quaker Meeting House is now closed for all meetings until further notice because of the Covid-19 virus epidemic.

We hope you keep safe and well during these difficult times.


Crynwyr yng Nghaerdydd

Welcome to Cardiff Meeting House

Learn more about Quakerism, come to a Quaker meeting, or hire a room.

Rooms for Hire

We have rooms available for single sessions, regular events or long-term tenancy.

Ideal for both public events and private meetings.


What's On

Many organisations use our building.

Take a look at our calendar to find out about upcoming events.


Cardiff Quakers

We are the Cardiff local meeting of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers).

Meetings for Worship are held
every Sunday at 11am.


Meeting House Appeal

Help transform our meeting house.

Make a donation, or learn more about our plans.


Quakerism at a Glance

Quakers believe there is something of God in everyone.

We value equality, truth, peace, simple living and sustainability.

Our meetings for worship are conducted in silence, unless someone feels moved to speak.

How to Find Us

Cardiff Meeting House
43 Charles St
CF10 2GB

The Meeting House is in the centre of Cardiff. It is just a short walk from either Cardiff Central or Cardiff Queen Street railway stations, and is very accessible by bus.

There is one disabled parking space and a small car park available for use outside weekday office hours. Both are bookable by arrangement.


Recent Facebook Posts

Today we joined this interfaith call for a green recovery from the pandemic, marking the end of the first half of London Climate Action Week 2020.

"As organizations that are part of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) we are deeply concerned about the threatened Israeli annexation of parts of the West Bank. Such an action would violate international law, formalize land theft, further entrench inequalities and the denial of Palestinian rights, intensify human suffering, and make realizing a just and lasting peace more difficult."

Quaker Peace & Social Witness, Friends Committee on National Legislation - FCNL, and American Friends Service Committee have joined together to express their deep concern over threatened Israeli annexation of parts of the West Bank and to call for effective action.

Friends may be interested in this interview with academic, Judith Butler, whose latest book, The Force of Nonviolence, calls for <>

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