Derby

Derby Meeting House

Derby is famous for being the town where Quakers were given their name by the Justice in the time of George Fox. The Meeting House, built in 1808 to a traditional Quaker design, is situated on the northern edge of Derby City centre. Our building is situated next to BBC Radio Derby

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Derby Friends Meeting House, St. Helen’s St., DERBY, DE1 3GY

MEETING FOR WORSHIP: 10.45am every Sunday

At present this is normally a blended meeting, that is, a meeting in the meeting house with a Zoom link for people unable to be physically present.

On the third Sunday in the month parallel meetings are held at the same time, with a Zoom meeting separate from the Meeting House.

On the first Sunday in the month Meeting for Worship is followed by a Meeting for Worship for Business.

Meeting for Worship every Wednesday from 12.30-1.15pm in Room 1.

Please contact the Clerk, Lindsay Smith, 07791228930 for details, including the Zoom link, and any questions.

EVERYONE IS MOST WELCOME

Rooms are available for hire.

Bookings, Lucy Care 01332721291 or bookings.derbyquakers@gmail.com

REGULAR EVENTS are suspended due to Covid: