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Welcome to Cardiff Meeting House
Learn more about Quakerism, come to a Quaker meeting, or hire a room.
We have rooms available for single sessions, regular events or long-term tenancy.
Ideal for both public events and private meetings.
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
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.
The general election announced this week is an opportunity for Quakers who wish to see Quaker values shape the national governance of the UK.
Quakers in Britain are asking future decisionmakers to focus on five key policy areas – migration, climate justice, criminal justice, peace and disarmament, and the nature of political rhetoric.
Find out more through the link below, and be sure to share the images with your networks!
It’s Quaker Week! Are you curious about Quakers? Order a free info pack here. 🙂
Event: How Not to Go to War: a radical route to peace with Vijay Mehta (Uniting for Peace). 7pm, The Temple of Peace, Cardiff CF10 3AP. Arranged by the Cardiff & District UNA. Vijay will be joined by Ahmad Shahidov, a human rights activist travelling from Azerbaijan.
“Our earth needs attention, respect, love, care and prayer.” Quaker Faith and Practice, 25.02.