Angela Ormrod writes about location and Quakerism

'I felt upheld, and Meetings for Worship were an important resource for me.' | Photo: StockyPics / flickr CC.

Historically, Quaker Meetings were formed and Meeting houses built or established by groups of Friends for worship together and mutual support. They were obviously located close to where the Friends lived and very likely where they also worked.

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