The Meeting House
Sunday Meeting for Worship
Meeting starts at 10:30;
We encourage the wearing of masks.
Visitors are Welcome but
numbers may have to be restricted
so contact us if you are
planning to join us.
Visiting the Meeting House
The grounds are open to the public.
Indoor visits/tours are available on
Fridays, 2pm to 5pm,
and on the following Saturdays:
October, 9th and 23rd
November, 13th and 27th
Tours/group visits at alternative times
are also welcomed.
Please contact us to make a booking.
Rooms for Hire
We are able to open up to further hiring,
but some conditions may still apply.
Please email us to enquire.
LIBRARY & LINKS
Jordans Burial Ground: http://www.jordansburialground.org/
Jordans Village, Locality and history: www.jordansvillage.co.uk
Information about Quakers:
Quakers in the Chilterns: www.quakers-chilterns-area.org.uk
Quakers in Britain: www.quaker.org.uk
Quakers worldwide and historically: www.quakersintheworld.org
Other Quaker Centres:
Charney Manor, a residential conference and retreat centre, near Abingdon, Oxfordshire, runs a programme of events.
Claridge House, a Quaker centre for healing, rest and renewal, near Lingfield, Surrey
Friends House, Euston Road, London - the administrative offices of Quakers in Britain, offering rooms to let, a well-stocked Book Centre and an award-winning restaurant (directly opposte Euston station)
Swarthmoor Hall, historic house in Cumbria, ‘the birthplace of Quakerism’, running a programme of events and offering holiday and self-catering lets
Woodbrooke Quaker Study Centre, Birmingham – once the family home of George Cadbury - runs a programme of events open to all, as well as offering bed & breakfast and meeting and conference facilities