Meeting for Worship
Friday: 12:30pm to 1pm
Wednesday: 7:30 to 8:00pm
Welcome to Kendal Quaker Meeting. Our historic Meeting House is a grade 2 star listed building where Quakers have worshipped for over 200 years. Everybody is always welcome to our Meetings for Worship. Worship takes place in the Meeting House at the following times.
- Sunday morning from 10.30-11.30 am
- Friday lunchtime from 12.30-1.00 pm
We also hold a Meeting for Worship on-line by Zoom on Wednesday evenings from 7.30-8.00 pm. To join our on-line Meeting for Worship please contact us.
Our Meeting House can be found on Stramongate, Kendal LA9 4BH. It is near the centre of the town and a few minutes’ walk from both the Bus Station and Kendal Railway Station. If you arrive by car, the building is on the one- way system through Kendal following signs on the A65 to Kirkby Lonsdale and the M6. If you miss the car park entrance, you can continue turning right round the block for a second attempt!
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Postcode: LA9 4BH
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This Quaker Meeting is based in what is called ‘1652 country’; the area of the North-West of England in which George Fox and others established Quakerism. The Meeting House is based near the centre of what has historically been a Quaker town. For a brief history of our Meeting House click here. (link to brief history section*)
Today Kendal Quaker Meeting is a medium sized, caring and outward looking worshipping Quaker community.
We share our Meeting House with the Quaker Tapestry Museum. Information about this museum can be found at www.quaker–tapestry.co.uk.
The Meeting House can be visited during the museum’s opening hours from Tuesday to Saturday and of course for worship on Sundays.
Exploring the Meeting House
The entrance hall to our Meeting House has information on Quakerism and the 1652 country where Quakerism was founded. You will also see information on the history of Kendal Meeting House.
Sometimes small groups of Friends worship in our garden. This is a view of the river side of the Meeting House and garden.
Our Meeting Room.
Our ancient Quaker Burial Ground on Sedbergh Road in Kendal.