Cardiff Quakers

We are now meeting both in person at the Meeting House and online via Zoom.

For all meetings in the Meeting House it is very important to follow the COVID  safety measures.

Please help us keep everyone safe by:


  • Not attending the Meeting House if you have tested positive or have COVID symptoms
  • Using hand sanitiser when entering the building
  • Wearing a face mask unless exempted
  • Socialising  outside when that is possible.

Details of both Zoom and in-person meetings can be found below.

If you have any questions about how to join a meeting, please Get in Touch.

Elders (l-r): Trish Richards, David Heald, Janet Rees, Eileen Schott, Anne Hosking and Trish Huxley

Sunday In-Person Meeting for Worship

Sundays, 10.45am for 11am start, Meeting Room


Sunday Online Meeting for Worship

Sundays, 10.45am for 11am start

Meeting ID: 857 5700 9716

Passcode: 069779


Sunday Online Coffee and Chat

Sundays, from approx. 12.15pm until 1pm

Meeting ID: 857 5700 9716

Passcode: 069779


South Wales Area Online Meeting for Worship

Sundays, 6.45pm for 7pm start

30 minutes of worship followed by ‘afterword’ and then conversation, closing at 8pm.

Meeting ID: 871 3091 0020

Passcode: 492192


Tuesday Online Meeting for Worship

Second Tuesday of the month, 6.40pm - 7.40pm

Meeting ID: 358 881 972

Password: 177920


Tuesday Online Meeting for Worship for Healing and Support

Third Tuesday of the month, 7.30pm (call booked from 7pm)

Meeting ID: 925 0179 5189

Password: 997455


Wednesday Online Cardiff Quaker Monthly Lunch

First Wednesday of the month, 12.30pm - 2.30pm

Meeting ID: 893 4749 6465

Passcode: 520227

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Wednesday In-Person Midweek Meeting for Worship

Third and Fourth Wednesdays of the month, 1pm - 2pm, Room 4



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We Are a Sanctuary Meeting

Together with over eighty other Quaker Meetings in Britain, we have become a Sanctuary Meeting, which means that we are committed to joining local initiatives to build a culture of welcome for asylum seekers and refugees, whom we particularly invite to our monthly shared lunches on the third Sundays of each month. Our commitment includes building alliances with groups opposing racism and working with others to change laws on destitution, detention, deportations and removals.