Meeting for Worship
Meeting for Worship is a shared spiritual experience central to Quakerism. For Quakers, this shared experience is more important than written texts, and this was the case from the very beginning of the Quaker movement in 17th century England. Our worship sessions last about an hour, and are mainly silent although people may speak if moved to do so.
During the Covid pandemic, we are holding "blended" meetings with some people attending online using Zoom and others attending in person.
As well as the Sunday Meeting for Worship 1030-1130, we are also holding the following online meetings:
• “Coffee Morning” at 11am every Friday
• Young Quakers (18-30ish) at 6.30pm every Tuesday.
• Children’s Meeting once a fortnight.
• Meditation with the Quaker Chaplain at Sussex University every day from 1-1.30pm.
From 1 September we have also been holding additional on-line-only (Zoom) Meetings for Worship at 12-1230 every Wednesday and 1700-1745 every Sunday.
How to get in touch
If you are a member of Brighton’s Quaker community or a regular attender and you do not already have the relevant Zoom link, please contact the Clerk’s team at email@example.com.
If you are new to Quaker Meeting and you would like to know more, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. We will get in touch and can give you the Zoom link or details of how to rsereve a Covid-compliant place in the Meeting House.