About Us

We are a small rural Meeting, with Friends travelling as far as 20 miles to worship with us.

We welcome anyone who is interested in experiencing Quaker worship and learning more about Quakerism, and we look forward to more families joining us.

We are happy to receive ministry in either English or Welsh. Our venue is accessible and we aim to be a fully inclusive meeting.

You can read all our latest news at the bottom of this page, or find us on Facebook:

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Activities we have been led to work on

Asylum and Refuge

We are a Sanctuary Meeting, which means that we help to support local refugee families and work with others towards the ending of the Hostile Environment approach to asylum and refuge in the UK.


Lampeter Food Bank

Rural poverty is often underestimated. We are a supporting church for the local Food Bank and a number of us volunteer with it and one member volunteers with the Llandeilo food bank.


Quaker Concern for Animals

We hold that all life is sacred. We believe that our testimonies to justice and peace should extend to all species, and that all animal products should be farmed ethically. One of our members works actively with Quaker Concern for Animals on this.


Ecumenical Links

We work closely with local churches and chapels, and welcome opportunities for shared worship and witness.

When We Meet

At present we meet every Wednesday at 10.30am for an hour's worship. The Meeting room opens from 10.15am for chat and welcome, and then we settle into silence at 10.30am.

On occasion we also have meetings for business and spiritual reflection on these mornings, and then we have a shorter meeting for worship.

We also meet for an hour's worship on 1st and 3rd Sundays in the month in Cwmann Community Centre. On other Sundays some of us join online worship meetings in South Wales or meet for a quiet walk together.

Please contact us for further details about Wednesdays or Sundays - you are very welcome to join us..


Meeting Size

Small. Our average attendence is around eight people.


Children's Meeting?

Yes. We have no children attending at present, so no regular children's meeting, but we welcome children and have activities for them.



  • Wheelchair access
  • Wheelchair accessible toilet
  • Parking

Find Us

Cwmann Community Centre
SA48 8EW


Get in Touch

If you'd like to get in touch for any reason, we'd love to hear from you. Simply fill in the contact form below or give us a ring.

01570 471 488


    Latest News

    Lampeter Quakers /Crynwyr Llambed

    3 days 8 hours ago

    I was in the Eden project last week. It is genuinely inspiring to see the work they are doing there and to spend time in the gorgeous lushness of the Rainforest Biome. A treat for the soul.

    Lampeter Quakers /Crynwyr Llambed

    3 days 8 hours ago

    Britain Yearly Meeting with Woodbrooke are launching a year long project to explore climate justice in the context of Quaker faith and principles. Find out more about it here

    bookles are available and an exciting and interesting year is programmed.

    Lampeter Quakers /Crynwyr Llambed

    1 week 3 days ago

    Here is an appeal close to one of our members hearts. If you care about the beautiful Cambrian mountains too please consider signing.
    She writes,
    Jim Perrin recently contributed a 'Country diary' in The Guardian, lamenting the damage done to the countryside around Soar y Mynydd by off-roaders and conifer planting. The Cambrian Mountains Society responded to say they are petitioning the Senedd to protect the Cambrians. The petition needs 10,000 signatures but so far has only achieved about 2,000. I


    Lampeter Quakers /Crynwyr Llambed

    1 week 6 days ago

    Topical article from the latest Quake about the Rwanda plans for asylum seekers.
    I noted the lines below especially..
    'A policy ostensibly aimed at people smugglers, but which targets and punishes the people being smuggled, is akin to victim blaming. If anyone else forcibly moved innocent people thousands of miles away against their will, the government would be prosecuting them for people trafficking.'


    Lampeter Quakers /Crynwyr Llambed

    3 weeks 6 hours ago

    Natur Ceredigion are holding a Grassland and Wildflower Tour!
    > The Carbon Community invite you to a Grassland and Wildflower Tour and community science day, Saturday 18th June 10am-4pm at Rhandirmwyn near Llandovery in Carmarthenshire. For more details and to register please follow the link.Grassland & Wildflower Tours and Community Science Day Tickets, Sat 18 Jun 2022 at 10:00 | Eventbrite (www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/grassland-wildflower-tours-and-community-science-day-tickets-344120512717?utm_campaign=6ee205232c-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2021_05_22_05_12_COPY_01&utm_medium=email&utm_source=The+Carbon+Community&utm_term=0_a8e7fb8449-6ee205232c-557231596)

    Lampeter Quakers /Crynwyr Llambed

    3 weeks 1 day ago

    Quakers on the radio! Crynwyr ar Radio Wales 🙂
    Annwyl Gyfeillion / Dear Friends,

    Bydd rhaglen 'All Things Considered', Radio Wales, yn darlledu rhaglen arbennig ar Grynwyr a Chrynwriaeth yng Nghymru, dydd Sul yma, Mehefin 12fed am 9:30am. Gweler y ddolen i wefan y rhaglen isod. Bydd ar gael i'w chwarae nol yn fuan wedi'r amser darlledu. Hoffwn ddiolch i bawb sydd wedi cyfrannu i greu y rhaglen hon, yn enwedig cyfeillion ym Mhenybont ar Ogwr, Deborah Rowlands a Catherine James. DIolch yn fawr iawn. Gobeithio y byddwch chi'n mwynhau gwrando.

    The Radio Wales programme, 'All Things Considered', will be broadcasting a programme all about Quakers and Quakerism in Wales this Sunday morning, June 12th at 9:30am. Please see a link to the programme website below. It will be available for replay shortly after the broadcast time. A big thank you to all the Friends who have contributed to the creation of this programme, namely Friends in Bridgend, Deborah Rowlands and Catherine James. Thank you very much. I hope you enjoy listening to the programme.

    Lampeter Quakers /Crynwyr Llambed

    3 weeks 4 days ago

    This page from Quakers in Britain provides a really useful resource of the Quaker response to the war in Ukraine including ideas for how to get involved, and support, and the Quaker statement from February this year.


    Lampeter Quakers /Crynwyr Llambed

    3 weeks 4 days ago

    dig out your rainbows, put on the glam and strut down to Llandovery for the Lampeter Pride march on June 25th between 2pm till late. Comedy and hospitality as well.

    Lampeter Quakers /Crynwyr Llambed

    1 month 1 week ago

    I'm re -posting this because it is important and some of you may have missed it first time round. The deadline to respond is May 27th. Please add any comments to this jamboard to input into the development of Welsh government diversity policy.
    It is very easy to use 🙂