to Milton Keynes Quakers
Milton Keynes Quaker Meeting has 57 Members and 49 Attenders, with the average attendance at a Meeting for Worship being around 50. Our Meeting House is in Downhead Park, a 5-minute drive from central Milton Keynes. Bus numbers 1, 2 and 7 stop nearby and we are also well-served by bike/pedestrian redways. View Map
Through simple, quiet worship, and a community spirit, we seek to help each other find a way of living that is both spiritual and meaningful. As Quakers, we are guided by:
Our core values of equality & justice, peace, truth & integrity, and simplicity & sustainability
A steadfast belief that there is something of God, or the Light, in everyone
They nurture a commitment to a way of life that is open-hearted and outward-looking. We hope you enjoy reading about us and will feel moved to explore more about Quakers. Please join us soon at a Meeting for Worship on a Sunday or Wednesday.
Our Meetings for Worship
Sundays 10.30 to 11.30 am
A blended meeting with some attending at the Meeting House and others online via Zoom. Masks are not now required though you may wish to continue to wear one to respect the needs of others.
Tea and coffee are served afterwards.
Wednesdays 12.45 to 1.30 pm
Held at the Meeting House on the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of the month (please bring your facemask), and on all other Wednesdays at the Tree Cathedral in Milton Keynes as open-air worship.
Want to attend a Meeting for Worship?
If you are attending for the first time and would like to come in person (or require the Zoom link for Sunday Meeting), please let us know by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
At the present time we hold a Children’s Structured Meeting on the first and third Sundays in the month at the same time as the Meeting for Worship.
If you are planning to bring children/grandchildren to a Children’s Structured Meeting, it would be helpful to let the Children and Young People’s team know via email cyp.miltonkeynes@llquakers.
Additionally, we run family events during the year. If you would like further details, again please email the Children’s and Young People’s team at the above address.
The Meeting House is accessible to wheel-chair users. All rooms are on the ground floor and there is an accessible toilet.
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