Quakers seek to experience God directly, within ourselves and in our relationships with others and the world around us. These direct encounters with the Divine are where Quakers find meaning and purpose.

Read more about what Quakers believe and how we put our faith into practice.

Bull Street is a local meeting, part of a regional group of Quaker Meetings called Central England Area Meeting, which in turn is part of Britain Yearly Meeting.

At Bull Street, we meet for silent worship twice a week.

  • We meet for an hour on Sunday mornings at 10.30am.
  • We have a lunchtime meeting for half an hour on Wednesdays at 12.45pm.

Everyone is welcome to join us. Unfortunately, however, we do not have provision for children at present.

During the week our premises are managed as a conference centre by The Priory Rooms. Enquiries regarding room hire can be made directly to them.

The Peace Hub, next door at 41 Bull Street, offers you the chance to pop in and find out about the peace and justice issues we care about.

On Saturday 16th September The Quaker Memorial Exhibition will be on display at Bull Street Meeting House as part of Heritage Open Days 2023.

Click here for full information from the Heritage Open Days website.