Quaker Meeting for Worship in Huddersfield

Sundays 10:30 – 11:30

Friends Meeting House
Church Street

Huddersfield Friends Meeting House

About Huddersfield Quaker Meeting

The land on which Huddersfield Friends Meeting House is situated has been used as a place for Quaker worship since 1770. The older part of our present Meeting House where we hold Meeting for Worship every Sunday morning dates back to 1812 and attached to this building is a newer extension built in 1898. The building is set in attractive gardens. Huddersfield Quakers warmly invite you to come along to our Meeting for Worship.


The main meeting room is on the ground floor and is wheelchair accessible. The toilets are fully accessible, too. 

A hearing loop is available.  

Children are welcome – contact 07952 810814 for more information.

Room hire available – contact the Lettings Officer on 07788 477148.

Travel and parking

  • Huddersfield Quaker Meeting House is about 1.5 miles from bus and train stations, approximately 20 minutes walk.
  • By bus – take the 301/302 service to Golcar from the bus station to Paddock Junior School. It runs every half-hour on Sundays.
  • By car – take Manchester Road (A62) from the city centre, turn right at Longroyd Bridge to “Paddock and Longwood“. The Meeting House is on the right-hand side of Church Street opposite the six-storey flats.
  • Parking is available within the Meeting House grounds. There are bike rings for locking up bicycles.

Contact us

For enquiries about Huddersfield Quaker Meeting, please use the form below or ring  01924 492169