South Edinburgh 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 Place: The Open Door, 420 Morningside Road, Edinburgh EH10 5HY
Meeting for Worship: Sundays at 10.30 a.m. Children welcome
We offer a warm welcome to anyone who would like to join us for worship on a Sunday morning. There are usually between twenty and thirty people present, plus a varying number of children and young people of all ages. After Meeting for Worship, which lasts one hour, we have coffee/tea and time to chat. The children's meeting is at the same time and they join the main meeting for the last ten minutes.
The Open Door is a friendly space at the top of Morningside Road, just opposite Morningside clock. Bus numbers 5, 11, 15, 16, 23 and 36 stop very close by ('Morningside Station' stop). On weekdays you can have coffee here, and it runs a number of regular services, particularly for the elderly. We are one of a number of other organisations that use it.
Newsletter: Download our monthly Newsletter from the box to the right (or at the foot of the page on a small screen).
Email list: Ask to join it (or access it if you're already a subscriber) at South Edinburgh Announcements mailing list. Please give your name, and if you're asking to join the list, expect an email checking who you are.
About our meeting: see under Documents in the right hand column (foot of the page on a small screen)
- Welcome to South Edinburgh Leaflet - if you haven't been to many or any Quaker Meetings before, this is for you.
- History: Ronald Halliday's account of South Edinburgh's not-so-ancient history. (Earlier history of Quakers in Edinburgh here)
- Disabilities: We meet down a flight of stairs. There is a stair lift. We have a hearing loop, and try to be thoughtful about any disability.
Enquiries about South Edinburgh Quakers to Sandra Riddell, 0131 446 3663. The editor of this page is Neil Turner, neilturn [at] gmail.com (subject: From%20South%20Ed%20Quaker%20webpage)