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.
Who is my neighbour? or Welcoming the stranger
On Saturday 21st October from 10.30am till 3.30pm at Warham Reading Room, this event is organised by Wells and District Churches Together. Wells-next-the-Sea Local Meeting is encouraging Friends who live reasonably nearby to join the event.
The topic is migration and movement. Speakers are Father Keith Tulloch (a Catholic priest in Wells), Julian Bryant (from Christian Aid) and Sam Donaldson. Sam is a young Friend who filled the Quaker place in a Churches Together delegation to Lampedusa. He's the only young Quaker on the panel and Friends are very glad he's agreed to be with us and share his experiences.
Follow this link to download a flyer.
We meet for worship at 10.30am on Sundays.
Please click here for more information about joining us for worship.
Friends Meeting House
38 Bridge Street
Norfolk PE30 5AB