Quaker Meeting at Claverham
There is a Meeting for worship at Claverham held on the last Sunday of each month at 2.30 pm. Anyone is welcome to attend, whether they normally attend other Quaker meetings or visitors with no previous contact with the Society of Friends.
Claverham Meeting is recognised as being part of the North Somerset and Wiltshire Area Meeting of the Society of Friends, but has no formal membership. Those attending may come from several different local Quaker meetings (from Bristol, Clevedon, Portishead, Sidcot or Weston-super-Mare) or even further afield such as Bath. We also have visitors who normally attend other churches or just wish to experience the silence of a Quaker worship in the special atmosphere of an early 18th century meeting house.
The Meeting House and its facilities are also used for ‘away days’ by Quaker meetings in the South West. Bedminster, Frenchay, Horfield and Redland meetings from Bristol, Thornbury, Trowbridge, Wellington and Wincanton meetings have all had enjoyable days of fellowship, study, discussion and fun at Claverham. Area Meeting has also been held at Claverham and the local ‘cluster’ of Clevedon, Sidcot and Weston also use Claverham as the preferred venue.
Any enquiries about Claverham Quaker Meeting or the Society of Friends in the area should be addressed to: