This is a traditional, typical Friends(Quaker) Meeting House very plain and unadorned. There is a garden/burial ground alongside.
There has been a Quaker Meeting in Spalding since the very early days of Quakerism, about 1655. At that time dissenters like ourselves suffered great hardship for being different and refusing to conform to the conventions of the day. Since then this small community has maintained its witness to peace, equality,simplicity and integrity, without many of the outward forms that other churches have, but, welcoming all who come. We worship in silent waiting each Sunday at 10.30am