Discover your inner light at Norwich's Quaker Meeting House this Autumn
Discover yourself in Norwich: Experience a Quaker Meeting this Autumn
As the leaves turn amber and the air begins to chill, many of us seek places of warmth, reflection, and community. This autumn, we invite you to delve not only into the serenity of the present but also into the rich tapestry of history at the Norwich Meeting House on Upper Goat Lane, a true oasis in the heart of Norwich.
Nestled amidst the bustling streets, the Meeting House offers an alternative approach to finding meaning and truth. As part of our friendly and growing community, you will experience the profound silence, deep introspection, and the communal quest for spiritual understanding that characterises our Quaker Meetings for worship.
Whether you're on a journey to discover your own spiritual path or simply curious about the Quaker way, our doors are open to all. We meet at 10:45am every Sunday and again at 12:30pm every Wednesday.
And for the little ones? Children are most welcome to join us in meeting. We also host regular children's meetings on the second Sunday of every month.
We also hold a monthly session for newcomers on the third Sunday of every month where you can discuss and explore in a friendly group after the meeting.
The Norwich Quaker community offers more than just a place to worship. It’s a place to connect, to reflect, and to journey inward and forward. This autumn, we warmly welcome you to join us. Dive deep into an alternative approach to spirituality and find a sanctuary of peace amidst the city's hustle and bustle. About Quakers The Quaker movement emerged in the mid-17th century as a beacon of peace, simplicity, and inward spirituality. Central to the Quaker belief is the absence of a formal creed. Instead, Quakers look to the "Inner Light", an inner guiding spirit, believing that direct experience with this divine presence can be achieved by all. Norwich has been a significant chapter in this story, with Quakers leaving their imprint on the city's social, economic, and cultural fabric for centuries. As you join us in our Meeting House, you're not only stepping into a place of worship but also into a legacy that has endured and evolved since its founding.