Coventry Quaker Meeting meets at 10.30am on Sundays for an hour: currently this is a blended meeting with some Friends in the Meeting House, some in the garden, and some participating remotely.
Friends also meet for worship at 12.30pm on Wednesdays for half an hour, also in person and online.
If you would like to join via Zoom, please contact the clerks: firstname.lastname@example.org
Join us for Meeting for Worship:
There are other meetings regularly, once a month Friendly Bible study, Experiment with Light group, Soul Singing.
The links for all these are available in our weekly emailed notices; please send an email to the clerk on email@example.com to request a copy.
Quakers have had a Meeting House in Coventry from the 1600s. The current Meeting House was built in 1953. Our main room is on the first floor, making access a challenge. Can you support our building improvement plan? We plan to upgrade our building and make it fully accessible, for ourselves and for the many community groups that use it.
Read more in our appeal leaflet (click the link to open in your browser, or use the button to download):
Make a secure online donation to Coventry Quakers:
Children’s meeting is held by arrangement. Please contact the Clerk: firstname.lastname@example.org
The stairs are fitted with a stair lift. There are ramps to all doors and wheelchair friendly toilet. The meeting room has a hearing loop.
Use our new system to view availability and make a booking. See photos below for an idea of the rooms available. There is a well equipped kitchen downstairs.
Car: The Meeting House is near Junction 9 on the inner ring road – turn second right at traffic lights and right up Hill Street. The Meeting House is on the left. There is a small private car park but public car parks nearby include Belgrade Plaza, accessible from Junction 9.
Bus: From Pool Meadow bus station; walk along Fairfax Street, Hales St. and Corporation St. The Quaker Meeting House is behind the Belgrade Theatre.
Train: It is a 12 – 15 minute walk to the meeting house. Exit station and follow pedestrian signs to the city centre. You will cross a pelican crossing (with lights) and a zebra crossing. In a short while, turn left along Greyfriars Road (between Shortland Home and Brian Holt). Follow that road round, past IKEA, to St John’s Church. Immediately after St John’s Church, turn left into Hill Street The Meeting House is up Hill Street on the left just after the cobbled area marking the site of Hill Street Gate.
English Heritage have made a report on Coventry Quaker Meeting House, identifying the overall site as having ‘high heritage value’. You can download the report below:
Coventry, CV1 4AN