Portishead Meetings for Worship during the Covid19 restrictions
We cannot hold Meetings for Worship at Portishead Meeting House during the present coronavirus pandemic. However, each week we email out suggested readings, poems and/or music that members and attenders may use at home at 10.30a.m on Sundays. This allows us to join together ‘in spirit’. Several of the other Bristol Quaker Meetings offer online Meeting for Worship, details of which are available on this website.
If you have any queries please contact
Portishead Quaker Meeting clerk, Rosaleen Thayer at email@example.com
About Portishead Quakers
Portishead is a small meeting, offering a warm and friendly welcome to everyone. Meeting lasts for an hour after which visitors are invited to join us for refreshments. People who come to worship for the first time tell us how peaceful the Meeting House is.
Our Hall is available on Sunday mornings for use as a children’s room. If you are able to give us prior notice of visiting children, it will allow us time for suitable preparation as, currently, we don’t have a regular Childrens’ Meeting. They would be very welcome.
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. During the daytime and evenings, the hall is used by a range of groups.
Portishead Friends outreach includes their long-standing co-operation with the other churches in the town on issues of joint concern.
Meeting for Worship: Sunday 10.30 – 11.30.
Portishead Meeting Clerk
0774 659 2687
Correspondence to Meeting House
For room hire
please follow the link below
Friends Meeting House
11 St Mary’s Road