• Conference Center

    Conference Center

  • You don't have to be a Quaker to have your event here

    You don't have to be a Quaker to have your event here

  • 1784 Meeting Room

    1784 Meeting Room

  • Ockanickon Room

    Ockanickon Room

  • 1784 Seminar Room

    1784 Seminar Room

  • Dormitories for 88 Persons

    Dormitories for 88 Persons

  • What to Expect in Quaker Meeting for Worship

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  • Commercial Kitchen

    Commercial Kitchen

Simplicty. Peace. Integrity. Community. Equality. Service.

The Burlington Quaker Meeting House and Center for Conference is is a multi-use, day and overnight gathering place for company, community, educational and spiritual events such as conferences, weddings, retreats, meetings, family occasions, reunions, and above all, enlightenment.

The first Meeting House here, started in 1683, was hexagonal in design. An addition was built to the front of it in 1696. The present Meeting House was built in front of the site of the hexagonal Meeting House in 1783. Lenape Chief Ockanickon and notable Quakers are buried in the graveyard. The oldest dated marker appears to be “D.B. 1726.”  The ADA-accessible Center for Conference was added tin 1995.
Quakers, or Friends, are persons who belong to Meetings — religious bodies that as a group are known as the Religious Society of Friends. Quakerism began in England about 1650 in the aftermath of the Protestant Reformation. Seeking spiritual reality, early Friends found that they could experience God directly in their lives without benefit of clergy or liturgy or steepled church. The Burlington Friends invite you to join us on Sundays at 10 a.m. for forty-five minutes of quiet reflection.
You don’t have to be a Quaker to hold all or part(s) of your event in our venue. The ADA-accessible facility comprises a ground-floor hall for 120 people, boardroom for 12 people, commercial kitchen and personal discussion room; 2-story 1784 Meeting room for 200 people; 2nd floor 1784 seminar room for 100 people; and a 2-floor, 7-room dormitory of 88 beds as well as bathrooms and showers.