This Meeting House is a beautiful and historic Grade II listed building still in its original use.
It is an important part of Enfield’s story – the first religious foundation in Winchmore Hill. Buried in our grounds are key campaigners against the slave trade, the founder of a local school, and the father of modern weather science.
The Meeting House, gardens and burial ground are a very special place of tranquilIity and reflection in our busy lives. The gardens are open to the public and the Meeting House is let to local groups. It is an asset to everyone.
It is the centre of our Quaker community, an open and accepting spiritual group, which has no dogmas or creeds, but which tries to live out our testimonies in the modern world.
Visit our grounds or come to our regular Sunday worship at 10.30am to see why it matters