Quakers in Croydon
Thank you for visiting the website of the Croydon
branch of the Religious Society of Friends in Britain.
We hold a public meeting for worship every Sunday from 10.30 to 11.30 am.
Here we come together in silence and try to open ourselves
to the deeper levels of our experience. Quakers have no paid or ordained clergy
to lead or interpret our spiritual life and it is open to anyone who feels moved
by the spirit to make a spoken contribution.
If you would like to know more about Croydon Quakers, or have any specific queries,
please click on "Contact" (top left).
Our meetings are open to all, regardless of their personal beliefs
and nominal religion (if any). Do feel free to join us without prior
notice. You will find yourself warmly welcomed.
Children of all ages are welcome too, and we
provide suitable activities and materials to keep them occupied
in their own small meeting.
How to reach us
Our meeting house
(pictured above from the north east) is located at 60 Park Lane,
CR0 1JE, at the south-west corner of the Croydon flyover,
opposite the police station to the east and Taberner House to the north,
and adjacent to the Unitarian church to the west.
By bus Alight at Fairfield Halls or Croydon flyover.
By train East Croydon, 1/2 mile; West Croydon, 3/4 mile; South Croydon, 3/4 mile.
By tram Alight at George Street.
By car Some parking available. You can only enter the car park
(opposite police station) from the northbound carriageway of Park Lane
(travelling into Croydon, not out of it).
The Adult School Hall|
Click picture for details of this
historic Grade II listed building
attached to our meeting house.