Mosedale Meeting

Our Meeting House is situated in the hamlet of Mosedale on the NE edge of the Northern Fells of the Lake District. Mosedale nestles at the foot of Carrock Fell at the entrance to the secluded valley of the River Caldew. It is reached by a minor road linking the A66 to the villages of Mungrisdale and Hesket Newmarket.


Visitors are welcome, not only members of other meetings but anyone who wishes to enjoy the quiet of a small Quaker Meeting in tranquil surroundings. Whether you have only occasionally come to a Quaker meeting, or have never been to one before, you will be equally welcome. We will do our best to answer any questions you may have about Quakers and Quaker worship. We won't try to 'convert' you or to persuade you to commit yourself in any way, we'll just value your presence.


Coffee Shop

Come and visit us over the 2021 summer! The Northern Fells Group are running a coffee shop in the Meeting House offering coffee, tea and goodies to visitors Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday 10am till 5pm, and Sunday 1pm til 5pm. They'll be continuing at least until the end of August 2021. 



There is normally a Quaker Meeting in Mosedale Meeting House every Sunday from April to October and on the 2nd and 4th Sundays from November to March. Meetings start at 10.30 am. However, because of Covid, Mosedale Meeting House is closed for the time being (2021). We are currently joining other Cumberland meetings for worship on Zoom every Sunday at 10.30am. For further information and for the Zoom link, please email or phone 01768 898578.   


How to find us

The Quaker Meeting House,




CA11 0XQ

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Please note! There is no public transport to Mosedale.


OS Grid Reference: NY 357 322



Our History

Love silence, even in the mind . . . True silence is the rest of the mind; and is to the spirit, what sleep is to the body, nourishment and refreshment.


William Penn, 1699