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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.


Future Plans

Learn more about our plans and aspirations for our Meeting House.



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.


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We're a Bronze Award Winner!

Cardiff Quakers are proud to announce that we have been awarded the Eco Church Bronze Award.

Read on for more details...

43 Charles Street is home to Cardiff Quakers who meet there on Sunday mornings and at other times throughout the week for Worship and to take care of all aspects of running our meeting community – spiritual, pastoral and practical. During the week rooms are hired out to a variety of charities, groups and health and well-being practices, co-ordinated by a small management team. Around 6 plus years ago, it became clear that significant refurbishment was needed improve the standard of the building, which was becoming shabby. In the process of drawing up plans and seeking grants, Quakers on the Meeting House Development Steering Group were aware of opportunities to put into practice our testimony to sustainability, and looked into options for more environmentally friendly building methods and design.

The A Rocha Eco Church Award programme helped us to think about all sorts of questions about our building and land, our worship community, personal lifestyle and collective activism. For a while it has been uncertain whether we will be going ahead with the refurbishment or whether we will be able to undergo a more ambitious rebuild project. We have achieved the Bronze award with the building as it is, and look forward to working towards Silver either as we upgrade the existing building or redevelop the whole site.

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Learn from climate campaigners around the world this weekend! A series of free online sessions will cover how to help bring about sustainable food systems, a global Green New Deal, reparations and much more - all through coordinated grassroots action.

Happening via Zoom until 16 November. Find out more: