Update, 4 July 2022.
We are meeting again in person on Sundays in our restful first floor meeting room in Kingsbridge.
All are welcome to join us at 10.30.
At 11.30 we usually share some afterwords - unspoken thoughts that may have occurred to us during meeting.
We have agreed to have refreshments after meeting once again.
Summertime meetings at Blackdown Rings
From April to September we are holding an outdoor Meeting for Worship at Blackdown Rings, near the car park, at 10.30 on the last Sunday of each month.
This is in addition to our regular meting in Kingsbridge.
Quaker Meeting House, Leigham Terrace, 81b Fore Street, KINGSBRIDGE, Devon, TQ7 1AB
Every Sunday at 10:30
To reach the Meeting House go down the narrow alley off Fore Street called Leigham Terrace. The alley starts between the shops at 81 and 83 Fore Street, (Kingsbridge Barbers and Moshulu), and can be found opposite St. Edmund's Parish Church and the Shambles. The nearest Car Park is at the top end of Fore Street. At present charges are £1 for 3 hours.
Children welcome. Prior notice would be helpful, but not essential.
There is a stair lift for access to our meeting room on the first floor.
Sun 21 August
Meeting for Worship
Venue: Kingsbridge Meeting House, 81b Fore Street
Sunday Meeting for Worship
Sun 28 August
Outdoor Meeting for Worship
Venue: Blackdown Rings (between Loddiswell and California Cross)
Meeting for Worship in a circle near the carpark. Bring your own seat.
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