Monadnock Quaker Meeting is the local Quaker grouping for the Monadnock and southern Merrimack Valley regions of New Hampshire. We share the experience of silent waiting worship, a form of meditation and prayer discovered by Quakers in Britain three and a half centuries ago. We have no pastor, but instead share the responsibilities of operating our spiritual community as volunteers. The Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) has a long history of courage and innovation and is still very much alive and growing today. We invite you to visit and get to know us! Welcome Friends!

The Web Monadnock Quaker Meeting

NOTE: Meeting for Worship is at 10:30 AM each Sunday morning, year-round, as of April, 2016. l

Here is a link to download the latest Monadnock Quaker Meeting Newsletter in pdf form .

Our Facebook page ( ) might be the fastest way to get hold of us; You can send us an email message at: A group of Friends and others have been holding a peace vigil every Saturday from noon to 1pm since September 2001 in front of the Peterborough Town House. You are invited to join them. On April 2, 2016, the vigil will be from 11:30 to 12:30 to allow attendance at Jim Glading's memorial meeting an 1 pm.

You might enjoy this brief outline of what Quakers stand for. Click the Contact tab at the top of the page to find out how to get in touch with us, or click on the other tabs to find out more about who we are and what we do.

A painting of Mount Monadnock