Wallingford Quakers

Welcome to our Meeting

Our Meeting House is in Castle Street, close to Wallingford town centre.

On Sundays, about 20 people meet in Quaker worship. There is no programme or leader: anyone who feels called to speak may do so, but often Meetings for Worship are largely silent. All are welcome. Refreshments are available following Meeting for Worship.

Children are welcome. If let us know if you let us know beforehand we'll make sure that there are suitable activities for them.

Details of Meetings for Worship and other upcoming events are in the calendar below. Dates when there are special Meetings for children in Reading are also shown.

The Meeting House is fully accessible but the toilet is not accessible for wheelchair users.

Come to a Quaker Meeting for Worship to find:

  • a place where you can be still.
  • an opportunity to increase your spiritual awareness.
  • a community of support and friendship
  • resources to learn and reflect
  • time to deepen your faith.

On Sundays: 10:30 to 11:30

Find us

Wallingford Quaker Meeting House
13 Castle Street
Oxfordshire OX10 8DL

Location: The Meeting House is set back in quiet gardens behind the cottage at 13 Castle Street.

Train: The nearest train station is Cholsey (three miles away).

Bus: X40 bus between Reading and Oxford stops in Wallingford, as does the X33 from Didcot.  Services are mostly half-hourly; hourly on Sundays.  All buses are operated by The Oxford Bus Company.

Parking: On Castle Street opposite the Meeting House and nearby in Waitrose car park (three minutes’ walk)



Contact us

Post: use the address above

Email (room hire)   Email (general enquiries)

Donate to Wallingford Quakers

Donations help support our worship and activities, and maintain our Meeting house.  Follow the link below to donate online for the general work of  Wallingford Quakers using CAF donate. If you'd like to support our development appeal, use the button earlier on this page 'Find out about our Development Appeal'.

More about Wallingford Quakers

Our history
Did you know that a Wallingford Quaker had £40 of cattle taken from him in 1667, because he refused to pay a tithe to the established church?  Or that Wallingford Quaker meeting house was used as a greengrocer's shop in the 1920s?  To find out more, read Matthew Callow's 'A brief historical and contemporary account of Quakers in the Wallingford area'.

Latest news - Wallingford

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