Ystyriwch, Gyfeillion annwyl, gymhellion cariad a gwirionedd yn eich calonnau. Take heed, dear Friends, to the promptings of love and truth in your hearts. x

Current Mailings and Activities

Meeting of Friends in Wales meet three times each year in February, June, and October.

Meeting dates for 2017 are as follows:

25th February, St Thomas Church, LAMPETER

24th June, Subud Hall, BRECON

21st October, Methodist Church Hall, NEWTOWN


“Friends, as individuals and as a community, we can talk about ministry as being what’s on one’s soul and not necessarily what’s on one’s mind, it has been described as ‘what God unexpectedly drops into your lap’. I’ve been really struck in this meeting, in this community, both by the examples of individual ministry and by specific examples talked about today, which will stick with me as an articulation of what being a Quaker can do to your work life. But there’s also corporate ministry. Here is a body which, I think, knows what it is to have a calling. I am grateful to have the time here with you.” ~ Paul Parker, Recording Clerk. Quakers in Britain. October 2016

Our series of Quaker lectures at the National Eisteddfod continue this year with

Huw Meredydd Owen’s lecture:

For more on this years Quaker talk at the National Eisteddfod click here


Mae'r swydd hon ar gael yn Welsh hefyd