Quakers share a way of life based on personal spiritual experience rather than dogma and a fixed creed. This approach offers people guidance for their lives and encourages them to think with open minds.


You will be welcomed as you come in. You then go into the Meeting House and sit where you like. The chairs or benches are usually arranged in a circle or a rectangle and there will be a table in the middle with flowers and some books, usually a copy of the Bible and a book of Quaker writings and guidance called Quaker Faith and Practice.


This article gives a brief account of some of the best known testimonies quoted from Quakers in Britain, the web site of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) in Britain


The Trustees for the Banbury and Evesham Area Quaker meeting have approvedĀ Safeguarding Policies and Procedures.