Horsham Quaker Meeting house is home to Horsham Quakers.
It is a place of worship and a space of peace and tranquillity serving our whole community in the heart of the town. The current building dates from 1784 but Quakers have been worshipping on this site since 1680s.
We welcome everyone at Meeting for Worship regardless of faith (or none), ethnicity, sexuality, age, gender or background. We say there is "that of God within every person" and this belief in equality is at the heart of Quaker values. Our meetings are based on silent gathering with no ministers or creeds. In the stillness we open our hearts and lives to new insights and guidance. There are no set hymns, prayers or sermons. Sometimes we are moved to share what we discover with those present. We call this 'ministry'. We listen to what everyone has to say to find its meaning for us. Anyone can give ministry, including visitors.
Each Meeting is followed by coffee and fellowship. Meeting times as follows:
Sundays 10.30 -11.30 am & Wednesdays 12.15 -12.45pm
"Seek to know an inward stillness, amid the activities of daily life. Hold yourself and others in the Light, knowing all are cherished by God"
Advices and Queries 3.
From "Quaker Faith and Practice".