Meeting for Worship
Meeting for Worship is held every Sunday at 10:30 in the Meeting House for about an hour.
Hot drinks and a chat are shared after the meeting in the Barn and garden next door. All are welcome.
Zoom Meeting for Worship
In common with worship groups across the world, Covid-19 has disrupted our time-honoured ways of worship.
Lincolnshire Area Quaker Meeting now offers both live and blended Zoom meetings.
Brant Broughton Meeting House is open on Sundays but, as of the 10th December, the requirements to wear a mask in places of worship has come into effect once more. The Meeting House will be ventilated to be as Covid secure as possible.
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Updated 5 August 2021
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