Vibrancy in Meetings is a pilot programme by Quakers in Britain and Woodbrooke Quaker Study Centre.

It places Vibrancy workers in four areas of England and Wales. Workers spend time in meetings finding out the meetings' challenges and hopes. They then offer meetings practical advice and support.

Find out more about the programme on the Woodbrooke website and by watching this short film.

How vibrancy has made a difference


Who are the Vibrancy workers?

The workers are:

  • Pip Harris - Devon, Cornwall and West Somerset
  • Wendy Hampton - the North West of England
  • Helen Oldridge - Wales and Southern Marches
  • Carrie Comfort - Sussex, Surrey and Kent

Rachel Matthews manages the programme from Carmarthenshire. You can contact her on 0207 663 1039,

Will my area get a Vibrancy worker?

Once the pilot is over Woodbrooke and Quaker in Britain Trustees will discuss it with a range of Quaker committees. They will decide the future of the programme in summer 2019.

You can find reports on the work at Woodbrooke site.

Contact us

Rachel Matthews
Programme Coordinator
0207 663 1039