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Welcome to Cardiff Meeting House
Learn more about Quakerism, come to a Quaker meeting, or hire a room.
We have several rooms available to hire, for single sessions or regular events.
Ideal for both public events and informal 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.
Exciting news! On Easter Monday, Greta Thunberg
is coming to Friends House in London to talk about the new climate movement. Follow @BritishQuakers on Twitter for livestreaming of this sold-out event.
In 2019, for the first time ever, Quakers in Britain will be at Glastonbury Festival (official)!
We are delighted to announce that we will be running a Quaker space in the Green Futures fields. And the good news doesn't end there – we're also looking for volunteers to help us with:
⭐️ Sharing our concern to create a culture of welcome for refugees and migrants
⭐️ Providing space for people to find out about Quakerism and experience short periods of silent worship
⭐️ Offering a one-to-one spiritual listening service (full training provided)
If you are aged 18-35 and would like to be part of the Quaker presence at Glastonbury this year, please send an email to email@example.com by Wednesday 17 April. Time is ticking and availability is limited, so don't wait to get in touch!
From vegetarian lunches to campaigning on indefinite detention, Chloe Scaling finds out how Cardiff Quaker Meeting became a Sanctuary Meeting that aims to provide a warm welcome to people from refugee and migrant backgrounds.
This Friday, March 29th, Quakers across Europe are holding a joint meeting for worship. The Quaker Council for European Affairs (QCEA) is inviting all Friends to connect online to a MfW being held close to the European Commission. The meeting is neither pro- nor anti-Brexit, but recognises Brexit’s significance for many people and the need for healing and reconciliation whatever happens. Please register to connect with the MfW at the link: