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Winchester Local Quaker Meeting

Friends Meeting House
16 Colebrook Street
SO23 9LH

Our own website is here

Meetings during the current Coronavirus Crisis

During the current health crisis we will not be holding meetings for worship at Winchester Quaker Meeting House, but instead ask you to join us in spirit from home as we meet at 10.00-11.00am each Sunday morning.

If you would like to connect with us by audio/video link, we encourage you to do so.

Please e-mail asking for the link to log in for meeting

You might like to join between 9.00-9.30am, to allow time to check your connection, and we would hope to offer you basic technical support if required. We will be unable to provide any help from 9.50am, as meeting will then be settling into silence. You will receive further details in an email.

You could also join us from home for Meeting for Worship on Wednesdays 12:30-13:00, but just in spirit, knowing that others are doing the same, without the technology.

Contact: For lettings and other use of Meeting House, contact the Warden on 01962 864184 or by email
Our clerk can be contacted

About Us

The Meeting House was formerly the Rectory for St Lawrence's Church and was built in the late 18th century. It is set within a beautiful walled garden.

Winchester Quakers have for many years made their facilities at the Friends Meeting House available to community, voluntary and educational organisations for meetings, classes and other functions.

The Meeting House is also home to the warden and seven other residents.

Our Winchester Meeting website is here.
Our website includes information about the facilities which are offered in the Meeting House and the current contribution rates.
The latest edition of the

Colebrook Courier

is  here
On foot: 3/4 mile from Winchester Railway Station; approach from Broadway, rear of Abbey Gardens.
By car: there are several carparks nearby. There is limited parking by the Meeting House.