Becoming a Member

We generally use the the term "Attender" for those who come regularly to our Meetings for Worship but who haven't yet joined the Society of Friends (Quakers) as members.

Some people remain as Attenders for many years yet still consider Quakers to be their spritual home. Such people usually contribute greatly to the life of the Meeting which they attend and are as much our friends as long-term Members.

If you have been coming to Quaker meetings for some time, you may be thinking about membership. Membership does not require a great moral or spiritual achievement, but it does require commitment to Quaker values and practices.

If you want to find out more about membership, about when is the right time to become a Member and how to apply we recommend downloading and reading one of our explanatory leaflets...


Becoming a Member

Becoming a Member

Thinking about membership

Thinking about membership

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