Adderbury Meeting House
Horn Hill Road
Meeting for Worship: On third Sunday of March, June, September and December at 14.30 a.m. – 15.30 a.m.
The Meeting House is accessible via the driveway to the village cemetery through a pair of wooden gates in a high stone wall. There is a turning point by the Meeting House and disabled visitors may park nearby but most visitors will park on the public highway. For the most part this simple seventeenth century Meeting House has been maintained in its original condition and there is no mains heating or lighting.
The Adderbury Meeting House hosts the annual Adderbury Gathering.
The Adderbury Gathering is an annual event attended by Quakers from across the country with a presentation each year by a recognised expert on a topic of wider concern. Recent topics have included:
- Positive Money – how money works in the economy
- A celebration of Quaker Music, Poetry and Prose and display of arts and crafts
- The Simple Future Beyond Oil
- Ramallah and Brummanna: Quaker Schools in the Middle East
- The anti-slavery movement
- The Quaker UN office in Geneva
- Circles of Support and Accountability
- The local Katherine House hospice & the hospice movement
- Eye-Witness stories from the West Bank and Israel