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Groups

Please note that during lock down listed groups may not meet or may only meet online.

If you want to find out more about any of the following groups or wish to attend, please contact the warden at [email protected] for further information.


Children's and Young People's Group - gathers via Zoom in a breakout room of the regular Quaker meeting link, on the second Sunday of each month (except August), beginning at 10am.


Peace and Justice Group - meets monthly. It acts in support of the Peace Testimony on contemporary issues such as climate change, inequality, refugees, militarism, penal reform, etc

Occasional and informal groups

Experiment with Light - for Friends who want to deepen their Quaker experience by discovering what it means to 'wait in the light'

Healing Group - meets monthly usually at the Meeting House, occasionally in peoples' houses. For those committed to spiritual healing. Welcomes names for healing

Poetry Group - meets approximately every six weeks on a Monday at Hyde Lodge. For sharing pleasure in poetry

Book Group - meets online approximately every four weeks. Currently studying the book of Luke. Open to all - you do not have to attend regularly and are welcome whenever you wish to join in.

Quakers beyond Winchester

“Quakers”, or “The Religious Society of Friends”, is an international organisation and not just a meeting in Winchester. The following are just some of the many Quaker organisations and groups beyond Winchester which you may find of interest.


Hampshire & Islands Area Quaker Meeting - Quakers are members of the Area Meeting rather than their local meeting. Our Area Meeting is Hampshire & Islands Area Meeting, and covers Hampshire, the Isle of Wight and the Channel Islands - click here for the Area Meeting website

Britain Yearly Meeting - Britain Yearly Meeting is the national organisation of Quakers living in Britain - click here for the Yearly Meeting website

Friends World Committee for Consultation - The Friends World Committee for Consultation is a Quaker organisation that works to communicate between all parts of Quakerism worldwide. - click here for the Friends World Committee for Consultation website

Woodbrooke Study Centre - Woodbrooke is a Quaker study centre in Selly Oak, Birmingham, which provides a wide range of face to face and online opportunities for learning, connection and worship which are rooted in the Quaker tradition. You do not have to be a Quaker to benefit from study at Woodbrooke. - click here for the Woodbrooke Study Centre website

Quaker Asylum and Refugee Network - The Quaker Asylum and Refugee Network is a Quaker organisation that works to change the way that Refugees and Asylum Seekers (whether recognized under UN Convention on the Status of Refugees or not) are treated, to ensure that justice and compassion are the guiding principles. - click here for the Quaker Asylum and Refugee Network website

Quaker action on Alcohol and Drugs - Quaker action on Alcohol and Drugs is a registered charity which seeks to address gambling and the use and misuse of legal, illegal and prescribed substances within a framework of Quaker values. - click here for the Quaker action on Alcohol and Drugs website

Quaker Social Action - Quaker Social Action is a registered charity which delivers services with compassion and dignity to people facing poverty in the UK. - click here for the Quaker Social Action website

Quaker Arts Network - Quaker Arts Network aims to encourage the use of the arts for Quaker spiritual nurture, witness and outreach. - click here for the Quaker Arts Network website