Quakers are a religious organisation dating from the seventeenth century. Its roots are in Christianity but today Quakers are a broad-based group of those who believe that there is something of God (or the divine) in everyone.
Quakers strongly believe in the equality of all. We welcome people regardless of gender, colour, nationality, disability or sexuality. We make no distinction spiritually or organisationally between men and women.
More information on Quakers can be found via the Quakers in Britain website.
Luton Friends Meeting House can be found at:
28 Crawley Green Road, Luton LU2 0QX
The Quaker Meeting House in Luton is now open for meeting for worship on Sundays at 10.30 am.
A great deal of work has been done to ensure that the meeting will be Covid-secure, including deep cleaning, provision of hand sanitisers, and indications of ways to remain safely socially distanced. Masks must be worn while in the building. Please contact the Clerk in advance to let her know if you are intending to come along, and to learn more about our Covid safety measures.
Visitors and Enquirers are always welcome.
Luton is part of the Luton and Leighton Area Meeting, a group of 10 Quaker Meetings in and around West Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire.