Quaker meeting house uxbridge ontario
Welcome to Uxbridge Quaker Meeting House


Order Of Service


General Information

History of The Building

The Society of Friends

Helpful Links

Contact Us



The meeting house will be open to the public the first Sunday of each month from June to September from 1 pm
to 4 pm.    It will also be open to coincide with the Heritage Days weekend from 10 am to 4 pm.

The Uxbridge Scott Museum has a key for special visits. Visits by large groups can be arranged by calling
905 640-2578 or 905 852-3476.

The seed from which Uxbridge Quakerism grew was planted by George Fox of England in the mid sixteen hundreds.  He spent several years in search of spiritual help and challenged many religious forms and beliefs. Others who favoured some degree of religious liberty met informally with him to pray at appointed times and places. Instead of holding traditional services, they waited together in silence, to receive from within Divine directions which prompted them to speak.
Our property and building are totally maintained by your donations. By using the offering envelopes, any donation of $10.00 and more will have a tax receipt mailed. Please put your mailing address on the envelope.

cheques should be made payable to:
The Commiittee of Friends’ Meeting House             
and mailed to:
Sharon Tait\Longhurst,
11099 Con. 4, Zephyr, ON 
L0E 1T0

We sincerely appreciate any financial assistance you feel able to contribute.

For further general information access: 
Telephone Russell Gould at 905 852 3476  
Ronald Gould at 905 640 2578