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Welcome to Hemel Hempstead Quakers

Picture from our Tercentenary in 2018:  Friends walked from the historical Quaker burial ground at Wood End along the Nicky Line to the Meeting House in the Old Town.

 Tier 4 Lock Down Update December 2020

Although places of worship can still open, we have decided that we will hold meeting by Zoom only until further notice. This actually has the advantage that people will be able to hear ministry better, as we won’t have to speak through masks or try to hear muffled voices!
The Zoom link is the usual one for Meeting for Worship:
Meeting for Worship, Sunday 10.20 am for 10.30 am start

Join Hemel Quakers Zoom Meeting (This is a recurring link)

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81389772526?pwd=dUFNb2d0dDJ3a3EwMlQvMkVaUm80QT09

Please note: this Zoom Meeting is password protected and the password has been circulated to all members and attenders.
Please contact us using the form if you would like to visit the meeting.

Here are our Covid-19 Safety Guidelines for Attending Meeting for Worship

  1. Chairs are set 2 metres apart.  Two people from the same household or social ‘bubble’ can sit together.
  2. Please bring your own drink, if you wish, as the kitchen will not be in use.
  3. Books such as Quaker Faith and Practice and Advices & Queries will not be out in the hall. If you would like to use these, please bring your own copies.
  4. Do not attend meeting if you are sick or have any illness symptoms at all or you think you may have been exposed to Covid recently. Symptoms might include a new cough (i.e. not a long-standing condition), fever, shortness of breath, headache, muscle aches, new loss of taste or smell, sore throat, new fatigue, runny nose, cold symptoms, congestion, nausea/vomiting/diarrhea.

We hope to resume meeting at our historical Friends Meeting House as soon as we are able.

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What Do Quakers Say?

True religion leads to respect for the earth and all life upon it.

The Quaker Meeting House
1 The Alleys, St.Mary’s Road,
Hemel Hempstead HP2 5ZB