Spiceland, our beautiful historic Meeting House ...

True religion leads to respect for the earth and all life upon it


We come to our meeting with hearts and minds prepared


Each person is unique, precious, a child of God

Meeting House

we meet in stillness to discover a deeper sense of God's presence

Welcome to Spiceland (Uffculme) Quakers.

Quakers, who are more formally known as the Religious Society of Friends, were founded in 1652 by George Fox. The Society is rooted in Christianity, but Members, known as Friends, are open to the light from wherever it may come. Friends seek to live out our principles of truth, peace, simplicity and equality, recognising that of God in everyone.

Our beautiful, historic Meeting House, near the village of Uffculme, Mid Devon, serves a wide area with many Quakers (Friends) living in the surrounding villages.

We meet every Sunday at 10.30am for a one hour Meeting for Worship, followed by Afterwords and Notices. There are then refreshments.

At Spiceland, the Worship is followed by a few minutes of “Afterwords” during which anyone present can talk about any thoughts they may have had during the meeting, even though they did not feel prompted to speak during the hour’s Worship.   This experience can often be uplifting.

In addition to the above there are Meetings for Worship each month on:

  • First Wednesday at 2.30pm in Tiverton.
  • Second Wednesday at 7.30pm  in Wiveliscombe.
  • Third Wednesday  at 2.15pm in Kentisbeare
  • Fouth Wednesday at 5.30pm in Hemyock

For further details of our meetings please use the form on the Contact Us page.

Leaflets are available such as “Your first time at a Quaker meeting”.

We’re easy to find. Just click here for directions and a road map.

Details of Quaker Burial Grounds see the Burial Ground page

seating (Small)

West Somerset Area Quaker Meeting 

We are part of the West Somerset Area Quaker Meeting

Charity No.1155009 / WSAQM Account 2 CAF Bank, Account 00022653 Sort Code 40-52-40

You can find out more about the Quaker movement on the following link,   http://quaker.org.uk

You can also visit our ‘Links’ page by clicking here.