Nestled in north Herefordshire countryside and within sight of the Black Mountains, Almeley Wootton Friends Meeting House has been home to a Meeting since the mid 17th century, making it one of the oldest continually-used Meeting Houses in the UK.
Now Grade II* listed, it is home to a small but vibrant Quaker community drawn from across Herefordshire and surrounding counties. The traditional black & white Meeting House is surrounded by its graveyard and communal organic vegetable garden.
For information on Almeley Wootton Friends Meeting, please visit their website here.
Owing to the Covid-19 virus epidemic Public Meetings for Worship at all Quaker Meeting Houses have been suspended until further notice.
We invite you to find a quiet place in your home on Sundays and join us in a far-flung meeting for an hour. We shall continue to observe this practice until it becomes safe to meet up again in person, but we hope and expect that the nature of a gathered meeting will not be limited by walls.
You can find online Quaker worship every Friday at 13.00: bit.ly/quakerworship
Friends Meeting House, Almeley Wootton, HR3 6PX
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