Canterbury: Meetings for Worship
Soon to end: temporary closure due to corona virus
Canterbury Local Meeting is in a transition phase. UK government restrictions in response to the ongoing corona virus outbreak required the suspension of in-person Quaker Meetings for Worship.
Britain Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends issued this notice:
Click here for the notice from Britain Yearly Meeting.
Online Meetings for Worship have been taking place. Woodbrooke Study Centre hosts 11 online Meetings for Worship each week. Members of the public are encouraged to visit the relevant page of the Woodbrooke Study Centre website for details about how to attend.
However, much work has been going on ‘behind the scenes’, as it were, to prepare for the return of on-site, in-person Meetings for Worship. Initially, these Meetings for Worship will take place in the open air in the Meeting House garden. An announcement will be made shortly giving a date for the first of these open-air Meetings for Worship. Please find here, links to several formal documents relating in particular to risk assessments that have been carried out to ensure that such Meetings for Worship are as risk-free as achievable.
It may be many months before Meetings for Worship held in the Meeting Hall of the Meeting House return to normal.
When Meetings for Worship resume fully:
10:45 every Sunday
13:10 – 13:30 every Thursday
Meeting for Worship for Business
Canterbury CT1 2AS
Blue Badge-only car park (Orange Street) 300 metres
Other car parks 500 – 1500 metres
Railway station: Canterbury East, 1.5 km; Canterbury West, 1 km
Bus terminus: Canterbury, Whitefriars, 1 km