Meetings for Worship
Our Meetings for Worship are public and anyone who wishes to attend is welcome. They are normally held in a meeting room in a Friends Meeting House on a Sunday, and are based on quiet worship and communion with God and with each other. Anyone present who feels moved to do so may speak, pray aloud, or read from the Bible or other writings. The spiritual depth of Quaker worship depends on the prayerful participation of everyone present.
For locations of Meetings in Ireland please browse below.
“Junior Meeting” or “Sunday School” is a time when adult members of the Meeting take the young people for a variety of activities which may include:- reading, telling stories and discussing a wide range of topics of a religious or other nature, drawing, painting, handcraft, singing, short plays, etc. In accordance with modern practice, the Society of Friends has adopted a Child Protection Policy Document; this updated February 2007 edition is available in pdf format via the foregoing hotlink, and in print.
Addresses and times are set out below, grouped by their Quarterly Meeting (ie regional) affiliations. Meetings are on Sunday unless otherwise indicated. Additional information will be included on the separate pages for each Meeting in due course
Belfast, Frederick Street, off York Street, 11 am
South Belfast, 22 Marlborough Park North, 10.45 am
Bessbrook, near Newry, Co Down, Deramore Road, 11.15 am
Derry (Londonderry), 8 Bishop Street, 1st, 3rd & 5th Sundays, 11 am
Coleraine, 52 Union Street, 11.30 am
Grange, Co Tyrone, off Moy-Dungannon Road, 11 am
Lisburn, Co Antrim, Prospect Hill, 4 Magheralave Road, 11am
Lurgan, Co Armagh, Johnstons Row, off High Street 11 am
Moyallon, near Gilford, Co Armagh, 117 Stramore Road, 1st Sunday, 11.30 am Portadown, Co Armagh, Portmore Street, 11 am
Richhill, Co Armagh, 15 Irish Street, 11 am
Tamnamore, Co Armagh, near Tandragee, 11 am
Dublin, 4-5 Eustace Street, Temple Bar, 11 am; also Thursday 6.15 pm
Dublin, Bloomfield Care Centre, Stocking Lane, Rathfarnham, 2nd Monday of the month, 3.00 pm.
Dublin, Churchtown, 82 Lr Churchtown Rd, 11 am
Dublin, Rathfarnham, 62 Crannagh Rd, 10.30 am
Dublin, Monkstown, Pakenham Rd, 10.30 am
Drogheda, Co Louth, Grammar School, Mornington Road, 2nd & 4th Sundays, 11 am
Ballitore, Co Kildare, off Carlow Rd, 11 am
Edenderry, Co Offaly, Fr Kearns St, last Sunday, 11.30 am
Enniscorthy, Co Wexford, Wexford Rd, 11 am
Cork,Summerhill South, 11 am
Galway, Parochial School, Waterside, Galway, 2nd & 4th Sunday, 11.00 am Clifden, Co Galway, Last Sunday 11 am for venue, contact Correspondent at 095 21605.
Killarney, “Old Monastery”, Port Road, 2nd Sundays, 11 am
Limerick Southville Gardens, Ballinacurra, 11 am
Roscrea, Co. Tipperary, 1st & 3rd Fridays at 8 pm, and last Sunday at 11 am in Credit Union Building.
Scarriff, Co Clare, Raheen Wood Steiner School, near Tuamgraney; 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of each month at 8pm.
Waterford, Newtown, Dunmore Road, 10 am.
The linked separate pages for Meeting Houses are mostly adapted from material supplied by Paul Webster of Churchtown Meeting.