We are a small meeting, but we pride ourselves in being friendly and welcoming.
We worship together in a purpose-built Meeting House, which was built in the 1930s. It is light and airy and we have a delightful garden.
The premises, which consist of the main hall and an upper room, are heavily used by the local community during the week, including a nursery school, which occupies the main hall every weekday morning.
If you have never experienced a Quaker meeting for worship, do come and join us one Sunday at 10.30.
New Barnet National railway station – about 10 minutes walk.
High Barnet (Northern Line) Underground – about 20 minutes walk.
Nearby buses include 84, 107, 184, 307, 326 and 383
On the first Sunday of each month we hold a Breakfast Meeting at 9 am. After eating, we usually read sections of Quaker Faith and Practice together. This is a treasure chest of Quaker writings full of inspiration and wisdom.