We are a friendly group of people from King's Lynn and West Norfolk. We warmly welcome visitors of all faiths and none: whoever you are, you are welcome to be with us.
As Quakers, we have our roots in the life and teachings of Jesus, without being tied to a fixed formula of belief. We learn from the experiences of others and work towards common human goals. We provide a comfortable place to seek, share and explore. We try hard to live by what we understand to be true.
We hold a variety of beliefs. We discover our unity in a way of life and in worship together.
We are best known for our shared testimonies to truth, simplicity, equality and peace.
Sam Peel: A man who did different
A community production (and premiere) of a new play by Robin McLoughlin celebrates the life of campaigner, reformer and Quaker Sam Peel. Sam Peel was warden of Wells Meeting House and a social activist who changed for the better local housing, health, education, rates and wages in Wells and Norfolk.
Performances are planned at Alderman Peel High School, Market Lane, Wells-next-the-Sea NR23 1RB on Friday 2nd at 7.30pm and Saturday 3rd March at 1.30pm and 7.30pm.
Tickets cost £5 from Wells Maltings box office: 01328 710 885 www.wellsmaltings.org.uk
Third Sunday Reading Group
All are welcome to join our Reading Group, gathering after Meeting for Worship on the third Sunday of each month. Our next sessions (on 18th March, 15th April and 20th May) will look at Harvey Gillman’s book Words, starting with the introduction and section on worship.
Reflections from John Cooper on the ability of churchyards to act as nature reserves can be found by following this link.
We meet for worship at 10.30am on Sundays.
Please follow this link for more information about joining us for worship.
Friends Meeting House
38 Bridge Street
Norfolk PE30 5AB