Welcome to Tottenham Quaker Meeting

We are the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) in Tottenham.


We meet every Sunday. We meet in person and online. For some of our online meetings we join with other nearby Quaker meetings (see our events calendar for more details).  Everyone is welcome to attend.

In person meetings for worship

Every Sunday we gather from 10.15am. Worship starts at 10:30am and finishes at 11:30am. Third Sunday is blended worship. Everyone is welcome to attend.

Online meetings for worship

Gather from 10:15am

Worship from 10:30, finishing at 11:15 or 11:30am (see the events calendar for details.

On the fifth Sunday of each month, worship is from 11:00 to 12:00.

Children’s Meeting is held in person. This is usually on the second Sunday of every month except August. Please contact us for more details.

Please contact us for details, or to join the online meeting you can use the link on this page and in our events calendar which will appear on the day.

The 'Join Online Meeting' button will be activated on the day of the event.

Upcoming Events

Sun 21 April

Breakfast Discussion Group


Venue: Online

Monthly discussion group. We are discussing friendship/Friendship.

We meet on the same Zoom Meeting as for Meeting for Worship, so you have the option to stay on after the discussion group and attend Meeting for Worship.

You can join this meeting via the "Join Online Meeting" button that will be activated here on the day.

Contact us for details

Sun 21 April

Meeting for Worship at Tottenham Meeting House


Venue: Online and at Tottenham Meeting House, 594 Tottenham High Road, London N17 9TA

Everyone is welcome. 

On the third Sunday online worship is blended with in person worship at Tottenham Meeting House.

Contact us for details

Fri 26 April

Mulberry Tree Community Gardening Session


Venue: Mulberry Tree Community Garden, 594 Tottenham High Road, London N17 9TA

Join in the weekly gardening sessions at the Mulberry Tree Community Garden

The Mulberry Tree Community Garden is a place for growing fruit, veg, herbs, flowers, skills, ideas and community.

It is open for everyone and we especially welcome asylum seekers, refugees and other migrants to join in, get to know the neighbourhood and find a sense of belonging. You will be able to take veg, herbs and fruit home with you and we share recipes and ideas for cooking.No experience necessary.

Lunch, tea, coffee, tools and gloves provided, plus transport costs for asylum seekers and others on low incomes. Kids welcome (if supervised by an adult). There is an indoor space and toilets, but unfortunately these do not have disabled access.