Welcome to our Meeting
Our Meeting House is an ‘oasis’ in Maidenhead town centre.
On Sundays, about eight people meet in Quaker worship. There is no programme or leader: anyone who feels called to speak may do so, but often Meetings for Worship are largely silent. There are refreshments and a chance to talk to people afterwards. All are welcome.
We also hold a mid-week Meeting for Worship at noon on the last Wednesday of each month, followed by a bring and share lunch.
Details of Meetings for Worship and other upcoming events are in the calendar below.
Maidenhead Meeting house has wheelchair access throughout, and has an accessible toilet.
Now we’re back to normal, Maidenhead Quakers welcome you to our Meeting for Worship every Sunday morning starting at 10.45.
It would help planning if you would let us know by the Saturday if you intend to come. Please use the email or phone number below.
We will resume our mid-week meeting on the last Wednesday of each month, starting on 29 September at noon, for about 40 minutes, followed by a bring and share lunch.
Maidenhead Quaker (Friends) Meeting House
14 West Street
Berkshire SL6 1RL
Location: West Street is north of High Street and parallel to it. Road access south from Bath Road (A4), along Market Street.
Train: Walk about 1/3 mile north from Maidenhead Station via King Street to the west end of West Street
Bus: Local buses stop at Market Street or Frascati Way (A 308) – about five minutes’ walk.
Parking: West Street, Hines Meadow and Broadway (all free on Sundays)
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We are pleased for others to use our Meeting House, and a wide range of organisations, individuals and groups hire our rooms. Further details are available here
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