There's an unwritten tradition for the earlier Sunday meeting to be the quieter of the two, sometimes a full hour of gathered silence. Whereas the stillness of the second meeting is more likely to be interspersed with spoken ministry. Sometimes someone may stand up and speak briefly, if they feel strongly moved. Often there is a sort of theme to the meeting, especially if the silence is very deep and gathered.
We have no hymn book or liturgy, no choir, no stained glass windows, stone font or prescribed creed. What we do have is the calm quiet practice of settling into gathered stillness together, tuning in, waiting for and listening to the divine presence in ourselves and in each other.
There are no priests or ministers, and no-one has a special place to sit. Just enter the meeting room and find a chair you like the look of. The meeting will gradually settle into a very still silence, as everyone sits quietly and relaxes. Some people may read quietly, some may sit with their eyes closed, others may just sit. Most people are trying to 'centre down', waiting quietly and humbly for 'the promptings of love and truth in their hearts' which are the 'leadings of God'.