Malvern Quaker Meeting is part of the Religious Society of Friends, a faith group committed to working for equality, peace, justice and integrity. To find out about our faith, see Quakers in Britain.

Meeting for Worship Online every Sunday at 10:30, see News below
Address 1 Orchard Road, Malvern, WR14 3DA
Co-Clerks Jill Etheridge & Elizabeth Rolph –
Lettings Cally Law – 01684 566268, see News below
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The Meeting House will not be open for any purpose apart from funerals until further notice.
Online Meetings for Worship are being held, e-mail for details.
Some Friends have obtained permission from the Cube to sit in the Quaker Peace Garden for half an hour from 10:30am each Sunday morning. The 6-person limit is that which is in the current Government guidelines so needs to be adhered to.
Should you come (and it is delightful in the warm weather) and there are already 6 people gathered then we would ask that you sit separately, perhaps using the seat provided at the top of the Cube land from which you can look down towards the Peace Garden.
This is not an official meeting of the Worcestershire & Shropshire Area Meeting whilst AM Trustees are considering the procedures needed for safe meetings on Quaker premises (our garden as well as our Meeting House) but rather we meet in the spirit of Friends, sitting adventurously and waiting on the Lord.
In line with guidelines from the government and our central Quaker body, Britain Yearly Meeting, the Meeting House is closed to lettings. It is not anticipated that any bookings will be taken until August at the earliest.

Information about the Meeting.

The Quaker Peace Garden is established at the Malvern Youth Centre on Albert Road.

There is a substantial library of Quaker-related books, a full catalogue is available to download.

The Meeting house is located in Great Malvern, near Priory Park.

An archive of newsletters is available.

Malvern Meeting is part of Worcestershire & Shropshire Area Meeting