Dundee Quaker Meeting
Due to Covid-19, Meetings for Worship in Scotland may not be held in person. Many meetings are making alternative arrangements online. If there's no specific information below, please contact the meeting for information.
Meeting for Worship
On Sundays we gather at the Meeting House at 11.00 am for an hour’s Meeting for Worship. Those unable to attend in person can join a ‘blended’ meeting via an online Zoom link and a screen in the Meeting Room. For further information please see ‘Coming to Meeting’ in the Documents section or contact the clerk for the Zoom link. Information about the Covid-19 precautions can be found in the ‘Covid-19 Risk Assessment’ in the Documents section.
On Thursdays we meet on Zoom at 11.00 am with Meeting for Worship from 11.15 to 11.45 followed by time for social chat.
Sometimes our Meeting for Worship is silent for the whole hour, and sometimes there is ministry by the spoken word. Participants are seated in a circle and on arrival the doorkeepers will at present direct you to first occupy the furthest seats which are spaced at 2 metre intervals. Visitors and newcomers are particularly welcome. The end of the meeting will be announced by one of the elders.
If you have any queries about the Meeting please contact the clerk of Dundee Local Meeting, Bill Edgar, on 01382 543317 or email clerkdundeequakermeeting [at] gmail.com
Address for correspondence: Quaker Meeting House, 7-9 Whitehall Crescent, Dundee DD1 4AR
The Ground Floor Meeting Room (pictured) is wheelchair accessible.
Dundee Meeting House, a listed building owned and managed by Dundee Friends Property Trust, is in the heart of Dundee and is a friendly venue for meetings of groups or individuals in sympathy with Quaker values. The rail and bus stations, and the exciting new waterfront development (including the V&A Museum of Design and the Discovery Centre), are all within a 5-10 minute walk.
Please see Room Hire – Dundee Quaker Meeting House for further information about available rooms and contact details.