CORONAVIRUS (COVID19) RESTRICTIONS
8 July 2020
The Friends Meeting House remains closed for community activities but limited Quaker Worship will restart from this Sunday (12 July). The Burial Ground also remains closed to general access but can be visited by arrangement. If you are interested in either Meeting for Worship or a Burial Ground visit, please contact email@example.com or call 01325 466810.
We are continuing to keep the situation under review and we will proceed cautiously towards reopening more fully when circumstances allow. In the meantime, we wish all our friends (Quaker and otherwise) peace and good health.
At Darlington Quaker Meeting you will find a diverse and welcoming community. Our official name is the Religious Society of Friends but we are more commonly known as Quakers or Friends.
Quakerism is rooted in Christianity but, today, Quakers are a broad-based group who believe that there is something of God (or the divine) in everyone.
We invite everyone to join us for worship or just a chat. Details of our Meetings For Worship and weekly Coffee Morning are on the left of this page.
Darlington Friends Meeting House is located in the town centre. Skinnergate is pedestrianised between 10am and 5pm each weekday and 10.30 -5pm on Sundays, but ample parking is available nearby.
When the front door to the building is not open, access is via the rear door - walk through the passageway next door to the Footprints bookshop and then curve round to your left past the fire escape.
For information about accessibility at the Meeting House, please click here.
Meetings for Worship:
Sundays 10.30 - 11.30am followed by refreshments and a chat
Thursdays 10.00 - 10.20am
Every Thursday 10.30 - 11.30am
(Religious Society of Friends)
Friends Meeting House
Tel: 01325 466810
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