Folkestone

Folkestone: Meetings for Worship

Coronavirus

Due to UK government restrictions in response to the ongoing corona virus outbreak, in-person Quaker Meetings for Worship are currently suspended. However, online Meetings for Worship are 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.

Britain Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends issued this notice:
Click here for the notice from Britain Yearly Meeting.

When Meetings for Worship resume: 10:30 first, third & fifth Sunday monthly.

No Meeting for Worship was scheduled for Sunday 5 April 2020.

Children’s Meeting

Premises unsuitable for a separate Children’s Meeting.

Meeting for Worship for Business

Meetings for Worship for Business are held when the need arises.

Discussion group

A discussion group is held monthly either immediately following a Meeting for Worship, or else at the home of one or other Friend. Details of discussion group meetings are announced by means of the Folkestone Meeting’s e-mail list.

Locator Map

St. Paul’s Church Hall, Enbrook Park, Sandgate

Having no Meeting House, Meeting for Worship is held at:
 
St Paul’s Church Hall
Enbrook Park
Sandgate
CT20 3AU
 
The hall is a wooden building situated in Saga’s Enbrook Park grounds, a little up the hill from the church (which is near the war memorial).
 
Car parking: free, on-road: on the side-road turning right immediately above the church hall (but not in church car park); also in the Saga car park at the top of the hill, beyond the Saga buildings (but not on the road leading directly to the Saga buildings).
 
Bus routes: 16 & 102 between Folkestone and Hythe stop beside St Paul’s church. 

Accessibility

Whilst access to the church hall is step-free and wheelchair accessible, the paths to the hall from the main road, and from the car parking, are steeply inclined. For people with mobility difficulties who are able to negotiate two steps, the church hall has toilets. However, there are no step-free or wheelchair-accessible toilets in the hall. By prior arrangement, a wheelchair accessible toilet may be accessed down the hill in the church.

Other Information

For contact details see Contact Details.
 
Folkestone Meeting circulates news and announcements by means of the Meeting’s e-mail list. To enquire about this, contact the Assistant Clerk (Contact Details).