Cockermouth Meeting

There is a Quaker Meeting in Cockermouth at which visitors are always welcome.

 

Cockermouth is a historic market town town situated on the north west edge of the Lake District National Park. The Meeting House is situated in Kirkgate, close to the centre of the town. 

 

During the Covid-19 period,

Please join us at 10:30am on Sundays for a 45 minute online Meeting for Worship - using Zoom.

 

For details on how to join in contact:

cockermouth.clerks@cumberlandquakers.org.uk

 

Meetings for Worship now take place online every Sunday at 10.30 a.m. 

Also Thursday evenings at 6.30pm. Zoom links are open 30 minutes earlier than start times.

We are now a small meeting with a dozen or so Friends on most Sundays.

 

All are welcome, not only members but anyone who wishes to enjoy the peace and quiet

of a Quaker Meeting.

Enquirers are no less welcome; their questions will be answered but there will be no pressure

to take the connection further. 

 

Children are welcome by pre-arrangement; please notify the clerk s

 

Rooms are not available for hire until further notice.

 

Behind the Meeting House there is large peace garden.

 

There are a variety of activities outside normal meetings.

 

Second Sunday Breakfast meetings are monthly online from 9am to 10am

 

Healing Stillness Zoom Meeting          Every morning - except Sunday.

From 8.45 to chat until the stillness which begins at 9am for 20 minutes. 

 

Every Thursday - Evening online worship - gathering from 6pm, worship 6.30-7pm

How to find us

Q - Meeting House,   P - Car Park,   B - Bus Stops

 

Friends Meeting House,

Kirkgate,

COCKERMOUTH

CA13 9PH

 

OS Grid Reference: NY 124 305

 

E-mail: cockermouth.clerk@cumberlandquakers.org.uk

 

The nearest railway stations are at Penrith and Workington, from where the most frequent bus services [X4 and X5] originate.


Our History

The Truth is one and the same always, and though ages and generations pass away, and one generation goes and another comes, yet the word and power and spirit of the living God endures for ever, and is the same and never changes.

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