The Meeting House
is now open
(conditions may apply)
Strict Covid-19 social distancing
applies indoors and on the grounds.
Face coverings must be worn.
Sunday Meeting for Worship
Meeting starts at 10:30;
late entry will not be possible.
Face coverings are required.
Maximum Capacity - 17 people.
No refreshments will be served.
Visiting the Meeting House
The grounds are open to the public.
Indoor visits will be possible from
Friday, the 21st May.
Conditions apply; please phone
to book a visit.
We are able to open up to further hiring,
but 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