Quakers have been active in Colchester for more than three centuries. Their present home, built in 1803 for John Constable’s lawyer, was converted by the Society of Friends in 1974 with accommodation for resident wardens. It provides not only a place for worship to today’s Quakers and their children, but serves the local community in the broadest sense by providing a base for about a hundred different groups. It is hired out at reasonable rates throughout the week.
We seek to live our principles of truth, peace, simplicity and equality,
Our Meeting for Worship is the bedrock of our living as a Quaker
You are welcome to come to a Colchester Meeting for Worship to explore our spiritual fellowship.