Quakers in Hampstead welcome newcomers and visitors to share our worship and community which is so precious and sustaining to us all. Newcomers are welcome at all our meetings. We also have a discussion group for those new to Quakers on the third Sunday of the month at the meeting house at 10am. More details here.
The Meeting for Worship in person at Hampstead Meeting House is on Sundays at 11am. We keep the room well-ventilated, but no longer require masks to be worn. We ask you not to come if you feel ill and for attenders to respect social distancing.
The weekly Children’s meeting is continuing, usually at the meeting house. Contact us for details.
Online meetings are at 11am on the fourth Sunday each month for one hour and at 1.15pm every Wednesday for half an hour. (International visitors please note London time is one hour ahead of GMT (UTC) until the end of October.)
To join the online meetings please click these links:
We are now open for lettings according to strict criteria. Please see our Room Hire page and to book contact the Resident Quakers
The Friends Meeting House at Hampstead is at 120 Heath Street, NW3 1DR. Map
We are part of North West London Area Quaker Meeting.
Updated 5 August 2021
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