Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire Quakers

The Religious Society of Friends



Derby Local Meeting

Derby is famous for being the town where Quakers were given their name by the Justice in the time of George Fox. The Meeting House, built in 1808 to a traditional Quaker design, is situated on the northern edge of Derby City centre. Our building is situated next to BBC Radio Derby

Rooms are available for hire.

Meeting for Worship is held every Sunday and there is a weekly children's class at the same time. Other meetings on various topics of interest are held from time to time, usually on Sunday afternoons. A warm welcome awaits visitors and enquirers!

Derby Friends Meeting House, St. Helen's St., DERBY, DE1 3GY

IMeeting for Worship : 10.45am every Sunday

Clerk, Hugh McLeod, 07931067052 or Email

Bookings, Lindsay Smith, or 07791228930, or Email


Mid-week Meeting for Worship every Tuesday 12.30 to 1.15pm

First Sunday in the month - Meeting for Business

Second Sunday in the month
Welcome Lunch - after Meeting

Third Sunday in the month
Towards Sustainable Derby - after Meeting

LAST  Sunday in the month
10am Sing in the Spirit (from the Quaker songbook)

ALL WELCOME to any of the above.

Derby Quakers

Friends Meeting House Derby