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We do utterly deny....all outward wars, and strife, and fightings with outward weapons, for any end....and this is our testimony to the whole world.

Declaration to Charles 2nd 1661


note: the photographs are of the meeting house which is undergoing refurbishment




Meeting Town:
Tunbridge Wells

Address:
1 Grosvenor Park
Tunbridge Wells TN1 2BB

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Time:
10.30am
Date:
Sunday

Children's Meeting:
No

Railway Station:
Tunbridge Wells Central 1/2 mile
Bus Station:
poor Sunday service
Car Park:
Off road, few spaces

Contact:
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Tunbridge Wells is back in its refurbished building, which now includes 9 flats for young people operated by YMCA.

This has been a significant undertaking.

The meeting is looking to build up its numbers again and everyone is welcome.

The building is considering hirers shortly. Please email westkentquakers@gmail.com

This extract from the works of William Penn, founder of Pennsylvania in 1726, still has a real message for the world today:

'The humble, meek, merciful, just,pious and devout souls are everywhere of one religion; and when death has taken off the mask they will know one another, though the divers liveries they wear here makes them strangers. This world is a form; our bodies are forms; and no visible acts of devotion can be without forms. But yet the less form in religion the better, since God is a spirit; for the more mental our worship, the more adequate to the nature of God; the more silent, the more suitable to the language of a spirit.'