About Portishead Quakers

The meeting house is a peaceful 17th century, grade II listed, thatched building with a separate small hall (available for hire), set in a burial ground.

People who come to worship for the first time tell us how peaceful the Meeting House is. Though there are not many of us, and sadly children don’t come often, we offer a warm welcome to everyone. Meeting lasts for an hour after which visitors particularly are invited to stay for refreshments.

Our Hall is available on Sunday mornings for use as a children’s room and prior notice of visiting children will allow us time for suitable preparation.

The Hall is also used by a local playgroup in term time (mornings) and by several local groups meeting (usually fortnightly) in the evenings. 

Portishead Friends outreach includes their long-standing co-operation with the other churches in the town on issues of joint concern.

Meeting times

Covid-19  Please note that our normal Sunday Meetings for Worship have been suspended for the time being, in accordance with Government advice.


Meeting for Worship: Sunday 10.30-11.30. 

Children’s class:
by advance arrangement


Portishead Meeting Clerk 

Correspondence to Meeting House

For room hire 
please follow the link below



Friends Meeting House, 11 St Mary’s Road, Portishead, Bristol, BS20 6QP