Nau mai haere mai.

Quakers in Nelson is a faith group whose spirituality is simple, radical and contemporary, committed to working for social justice and peace.

We try to live the Quaker way – peaceably, simply and sustainably, with integrity, recognising all as equal.

You are welcome to visit our meetings without commitment. If you decide to make our Meeting your spiritual home we offer a safe, loving community. We aim to help one another to live a better life.


You are invited to join us at our Meetings, 10am each Sunday at the Quaker Meeting House, 30 Nile Street, Nelson.  

We also meet  every 2nd Sunday of the month at 10am at the Family Service Centre, 27 Talbot Street, Motueka.



Nau mai haere mai.

Welcome to families, children and young people, and our values based children's and families' meetings.

Do you want to raise non-violent children rich in empathy and compassion, yet able to be true to themselves? Do you want to parent peaceably and respectfully? Do you want your children to find and value their inner quide? So do we.



Nau mai haere mai.


You are welcome here. We are an LGBTQI friendly Meeting.



Peace Action Network Whakatu and Quakers in Nelson protest Rocket Lab ties to US Military  
Peace Action Network held a webinar watch party in mid June to see Professor Kevin Clements  explaining the links between Rocket Lab and the US Military through its US ownership and its weapons targetting systems payloads.  Quakers joined PAN on June 21st to demonstrate against weapons in space. . . .   
One Quaker's View on:
Whats up with Rocket Lab? Rocket Lab Monitor and Auckland Peace Action have the answer 
Rocket Lab Monitor was established in early 2021 by a group of wahine in Mahia concerned about reports of Rocket Lab launching military payloads, and lack of transparency with manua whenua. Along with Auckland Peace Action and Action Station they have brought together the following information . . .



Conversations with Quakers

Listen here to 6 interviews with Friends recorded by Fresh FM Nelson in 2017. Topics are “What it means to be a Quaker”, “Quaker Families”, “Social Justice”, “Death and Dying”, “Quakers and the environment” and “Peace”.


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