Welcome to Sibford Quakers

Sibford Quaker Meeting
Temple Mill Road
Sibford Gower
Banbury
OX15 5RX

Wheelchair access with no stepsThe Meeting House is 150m south of the crossroads in the village and on the opposite side of the road to the inn. Parking is in the road or adjacent to the burial ground adjoining the Meeting House. There are no steps for wheelchair access and there is a hearing loop and toilet facilities for the disabled.

A young boy offers biscuits to an older ladyQuakers (The Religious Society of Friends) have been Meeting on this site in Sibford Gower since the 1660s and all are welcome to visit and use the facilities.

The Meeting House reflects the simplicity of Quaker belief and worship. We have no set service or paid leader, just the belief that everyone has equal access to God and that the most effective way to worship is to sit in silence waiting on His promptings. If anyone feels moved to speak, they can contribute to the Meeting.

Quakerism seeks a positive search for the truth, peace and integrity in our affairs at all levels and in all situations, and recognises that of God in everyone. Quakers are involved in many areas of work throughout the world following these principles.