Quakers have been meeting in Norwich for more than 350 years. Elizabeth Fry is perhaps our best known member from the past. Today Norwich Meeting House are an active, friendly and supportive community, with members of all ages and backgrounds. Many voluntary and community groups use their building each week.
Quaker Meeting House, Upper Goat Lane, Norwich, Norfolk, NR2 1EW.
Norwich Meeting House is in the city centre, a short walk from the market place.
Norwich Meeting House has a small car park for disabled visitors, with the St Giles public car park a two minute walk from our Meeting House.
Hearing loop, wheelchair access to and around the building, but one step to access the garden. Dementia friendly signage around the building.
Times of Meeting Worship
Sunday 10.45am - 11.45am.
Wednesday 12.30pm - 1.00pm
followed by a simple lunch
We suggest arriving a few minutes earlier in order for the Meeting to “settle”. A breakfast meeting is held on the second Sunday of each month, starting at 8.45am.
On the second Sunday of every month