In 1856, Friends (Quakers) in Malvern rented a large room for their Meetings for Worship but, just before the Second World War, they built their own Meeting House in Orchard Road and it was opened for worship in 1938. In 2013 we celebrate our 75 year anniversary

Malvern Quakers gather each Sunday for the Meeting for Worship, which is at the heart of our faith. Out of the deep silence some may feel moved to stand an speak; this is known as ministry. The leaflet Your first time at a Quaker meeting (PDF) describes this.

When there is a 5th Sunday in the month we enjoy a shared lunch at 12.30 followed by a speaker. We do not have a Children’s Meeting at present but can arrange one whenever necessary. Contact the children’s convenor Liz Flanagan on 01885 573315.

Once a year, the Meeting House is transformed into a gallery when Amnesty International Malvern hold their annual Art Exhibition. This takes place around the August Bank Holiday.

Visitors to Malvern Meeting House comment on its calm and peaceful atmosphere, come and experience it for yourself. You are welcome to attend our Meeting for Worship and events.