Quaker Service in Ulster

Since 1969 Ulster Quaker Service (now Quaker Service) has provided services to mothers and children, prisoners and their families, young people and senior citizens.

Our Vision – to live in a society where people are valued and fulfill their potential.

Our Ethos is guided by Quaker beliefs and values. Quakers believe that there is a divine presence in everyone and this fundamental belief leads us to value the equal worth and unique nature of each individual.

  • The Monica Barritt Visitors Centre at Maghaberry Prison provides a variety of services for those visiting members of their families in prison.
  • Quaker Cottage, perched on Black Mountain 600 feet above sea level with wonderful views over Belfast. At the Cottage day care centre a range of programmes for families, for children and teenagers are provided.
  • Quaker Care Shops Lisburn Rd and Woodstock Rd stocked nearly new clothes, books, toys, furnishings. Manned by volunteers it is helping to fund the work at Quaker Cottage.

Quaker Service celebrated 40 years of providing charitable services in Northern Ireland at an event in Parliament Buildings, Stormont in September. The event was hosted by Junior Ministers Gerry Kelly MLA and Robin Newton MLA.  Stephen Pittam, the Trust Secretary of the Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust was invited to give the keynote address.

Quaker Cottage, Belfast. A meeting point for members of all communities

Quaker Cottage Belfast

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