Our premises provide a home for a diverse range of friendly community groups that meet here on a regular basis. Some, but not all, groups are listed below (as described by their coordinators).
If you would like more information about a particular group, please get in contact with its coordinators directly. If you are making a special journey to Oxford Quaker Meeting House for a class or event, do check the details with the group concerned.
If you run or wish to start a group and would like to use rooms at the Quaker Centre, please get in contact.
Name of Group: Fossil Free Oxfordshire
Description: Fossil Free Oxfordshire is a group of citizens calling on our local government to move investments out of companies that extract and explore for fossil fuels—to move money away from the cause of climate change and into solutions.
Meets: We meet every other Monday from 5.30pm to 7pm. Please email for up to date information.
Further information: https://fossilfreeoxon.wordpress.com/
Name of Group: Oxford Thich Nhat Hanh Sangha
Description: We are a friendly group that practises mindfulness and meditation together in Oxford as taught by Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh. Everyone is welcome.
Meets: Thursday evenings during term time, 7pm to 9pm. Check Facebook, Daily Info, or email for exact dates. (We have other meetings in other venues & times.)
Further information: https://www.facebook.com/OxfordTNHSangha/
Name of Group: Sri Chinmoy Meditation Centre
Description: Throughout the year, we offer free meditation courses in which people are welcome to come and learn about meditation and meditate with us.
Meets: No regular dates. Please phone for details.
Contact: Tejvan 07952 419874
Further information: www.oxfordmeditation.co.uk
Name of Group: Clear Space for Me Decluttering Workshop
Description: Small group discussion of individual members’ experiences of independent decluttering.
Meets: No regular dates. Please phone or email for details
Contact: 07876 197485, firstname.lastname@example.org
Name of group: Creative Writing: Fictional Narrative
Description: Whatever kind of writing you do, you share with all writers the same key challenges. By focusing on a single skill set, it is possible to isolate a range of techniques that you can adapt to foster your own aims and your own voice—regardless of your style or subject.
Meets: Once per month during full term. Contact above for details.
Name of group: Oxford Friends of the Earth
Description: Oxford Friends of the Earth is a voluntary group of local residents working to promote a healthy and sustainable environment.
Meets: Second Wednesday of each month (except August) from 7.30pm to 9.00 pm
Name of Group: Zen Space
Description: This Rinzai Zen group works with nature and local communities—in particular, to maintain, develop, and create green spaces.
Meets: Weekly evening zazen (meditation); one day and longer retreats; and drop-in sessions. Please email for the most up to date information.
Further information: http://www.zenspace.org.uk/
Name of Group: Oxford Insight Meditation Monday Sitting Group
Description: A drop-in group rooted in the traditions of Mindfulness and Buddhist Insight Meditation. Meditation, teaching, and discussion, usually teacher-led. All welcome.
Meets: Monday evenings 7pm to 8.30pm; please see above website for more details and to check dates.
Name of Group: Oxford Evangelical Presbyterian Church
Description: We meet for traditional Christian worship, including hymns, psalms, Bible readings, prayer, and Bible teaching, always followed by tea, coffee, and biscuits! All are welcome.
Contact: Rev. Andy Young on 07963 139683 or email@example.com
Meets: 6:30-7:30pm every Sunday evening