Friends’ Meeting House Manchester
Built in 1828, Friends’ Meeting House is the home of Manchester’s thriving Quaker community. The Meeting House is a base for all sorts of Quaker activity …a hub for action towards social and economic justice and peace building; a night shelter for asylum seekers over the winter months; a ceilidh as part of Manchester Pride… and many, many other things.
Our spiritual and commercial activity is guided by four areas of expression that Quakers, or Friends, have held dear for centuries. These are truth and integrity, simplicity, equality and peace. More recently sustainability has also become a focus for Quakers.
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0161 834 5797
Friends’ Meeting House, 6 Mount Street, Manchester, M2 5NS
We offer a range of meeting rooms and conferencing facilities for hire in our central Manchester venue – from an intimate space for a city centre meeting, to a conference facility in a hall that can seat 400 people with a suite of break out rooms. Our rooms are unique and offer a peaceful and relaxing space in the bustling heart of Manchester city centre.