Year - 1840
Frederick Street Quaker Meeting House
Frederick Street


  • Established: 1830s; before then meetings were conducted on North Street.
  • Architect: Thomas Jackson
  • Style: Plain-Classic.
  • Extensions: The Meeting House was replaced in 1975, however, the original entrance remains (see picture above), as does the Institute which dates from 1869-1870 (see right).
  • Relationships: Jackson designed other Belfast buildings such as the 'Old Museum Building' on College Square North, the Clifton Ville Suburbs and St Malachy's Church on Albert Street
  • Use: The Institute Building is used by the Charity Concern. The meeting house is still used for meetings of the Society. In the near future it may also become the base of Quaker Service.
  • Notable: Elizabeth Fry, Forster Green, Thomas Jackson, Joseph Chandler Marsh.
  • Stop 4 on the North Belfast Heritage Trail (next stop BCS Clifton House).

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