Due to the pandemic lockdown, Lewes Meeting House is closed until further notice. We will update this page when things change.
Friends in Lewes continue to hold Meeting for Worship on-line on Sundays from 10:30 – 11:15 a.m., followed by coffee and a chat at 11:30 a.m. You are very welcome to join us for these meetings on Zoom. Please email email@example.com for details and joining instructions. We would be delighted to welcome you to our on-line meetings for worship. Please note that there are Friends willing to advise those who may need a bit of help using Zoom.
Some Friends prefer to hold a time of silent worship individually at home, knowing that others are doing the same thing. We call this “Separate Togetherness” and the worship takes place at the same time as the Zoom group. Friends worshipping in this way sometimes join the Zoom meeting at 11:15 for the informal chat (as above). For details, email firstname.lastname@example.org .
Our Sunday evening and mid-week Meetings for Worship are suspended until further notice.
The meeting house garden is available for private prayer and contemplation. However, please maintain social distancing at all times.
If you have any queries please do not hesitate to email us at email@example.com
Open hearts, open minds
Quakers try to live in truth, peace, simplicity and equality, finding God in ourselves and in those around us. Our meetings for worship offer a welcoming opportunity for spiritual exploration.
Quakers seek to experience God directly, within themselves and in their relationship with others and in the world around them. They meet together for worship in local meetings which are open to all who wish to attend. The Quaker commitment to peace arises from the conviction that love is at the heart of existence and that all human beings are unique and equal. This leads Quakers to put their faith into action by working locally and globally to change the systems that cause injustice and violent conflict. Quakers try to live simply. They are concerned about the excesses and unfairness of our consumer society and the unsustainable use of natural resources.
from Quaker Faith & Practice
Do you cherish your friendships, so that they grow in depth and understanding and mutual respect? In close relationships we may risk pain as well as finding joy. When experiencing great happiness or great hurt we may be more open to the working of the Spirit?
- Advices & Queries, 21
Meetings for Worship
Sunday mornings 10:30 – 11:15
(on Zoom until further notice)