We are a growing meeting, usually 15 to 20 worshippers at meeting for worship. In 2012 we moved to the refurbished Clissold House, which gives us room for a children's meeting.
Stoke Newington Quaker meeting started in its present form in June 2000.
A century ago Stoke Newington was the largest Quaker Meeting in London. Its decline and our rise have matched the fortunes of Stoke Newington, the area. Many of the interesting features of the area reflect its Quaker past.
Railway Stoke Newington (National Railway) 1/2 mile (Greater Anglia – from Liverpool Street, Cheshunt, Enfield Town and Hertford East). Overground Canonbury 3/4 Mile.
Nos. 73 and 476 along Stoke Newington Church Street, from Islington or Tottenham.
No. 393 along Stoke Newington Church Street, from Holloway, Highbury Corner, Clapton.
No. 106 along Manor Road, from Finsbury Park, Hackney, Bethnal Green.
Nos. 67, 76, 149, 243 along Stoke Newington High Street (northbound from Dalston, Shoreditch) or to Stoke Newington Station (southbound from Tottenham, Wood Green).
No. 276, along Stoke Newington High Street, from Newham, Stratford, Hackney.
Parking No restrictions on Sundays.
Bicycles There are good bicycle parking facilities around Clissold Park.
Every First Sunday of the month we have Breakfast Meeting starting at 9 o’clock, where we eat and discuss an interesting aspect of Quakerism.
Children's Meeting is held on both 3rd and 4th Sundays.
Stoke Newington Church Street Top Floor, Clissold House, Clissold Park, Stoke Newington (no correspondence to here please) London N16 9HJ. Nearest entrance to park is off Stoke Newington Church St; step-free access via door on side facing church, lift to