Contact List

Gayle Allen & Andrew Backhouse
Building Co-ordinators

Our aim is to provide a welcoming, professional and friendly service to Meeting House users, visitors and Friends; to facilitate the smooth running of events from point of enquiry to the fulfilment of the day itself. The training and allocation of Meeting House Assistants also falls into our domain. We are keen to hear your views about how we can improve our hospitality.
For all enquiries phone 0151 709 6957
For bookings email:
For contracts & maintenance email:

Lisa Hoyle
Outreach Worker, Liverpool Quakers

Quakers believe in acting on our beliefs and in Liverpool this means involvement in groups and campaigns that reflect our testimonies to peace, truth, equality, simplicity and sustainability. Our actions are guided by our experience of God. My job is to support the work of Quakers in the city and remove any barriers to people attending meeting. I am always happy to have a chat if you are thinking of exploring Quaker worship or are interested in our activities.

You can contact Lisa:
phone: 0151 709 6957

How to find us

The Quaker Meeting House is approximately a 10-minute walk from Liverpool Lime Street rail station and the new bus depot in Liverpool One.

Local Map


There is no free on-street parking in the centre of Liverpool however there are numerous paid parking sites.

There is a secure parking space for Bicycles and one car parking space for disabled drivers.

The Q-park multi-story car park is in Hanover Street, a five minute walk from the Meeting House. There are a number of other commercial car parks within easy walking distance.

Transport: Further advice on local transport