Hanover Friends Meeting


  • Please join us at Meeting for Worship every Sunday at 10:00 am. All are welcome.
  • Childcare for infants through preschool, First Day School for older children
  • Monthly Business Meeting — the second Sunday of the month at noon, except July – September

Welcome to Hanover Friends Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends. We are a Quaker faith community worshipping in the unprogrammed tradition without direction from a pastor. Each Sunday, we gather together to wait in prayerful silence expecting to experience Divine presence and seeking to learn God’s will and guidance. But throughout the week, we seek to continue in a state of worship and showing our faith through living out our testimonies.

Friends and Attenders of Hanover Friends Meeting may apply for website membership and after it has been given, access restricted information. To do so, click on request access on this page.

What's New

Our Quaker Cloudspace is now active and it represents one of more than 160 meetings on the cloud. Scot Drysdale and I are principal administrators. We also have Cloudspaces for each committee or officers group of Hanover Friends Meeting.


Fran Brokaw has resurrected our dormant 8 year old Facebook group but with a revised name
and access policy:

Hanover Friends Meeting

It is now a Public Group and Fran is the Administrator. 38 persons are currently members
of the group. If you are a member, you can add others. Anyone can see the group, its
members and what they post in News Feed, search and other places on Facebook.


The link below leads to the "Articles of Agreement" signed November 15, 1965.


You must have be a Member of the Cloudspace that you intend to post to and you must have a role of Contributor, Recording Clerk, or Administrator. in that Cloudspace. If you do not have this role, you will not be able to post.


A series of interfaith dialogues hosted by Hanover Friends Meeting (Quakers)

Many of us feel rocked to our core at this time in history, when living in love is challenged by political events, and a deep divisiveness among Americans.  Some of us feel overwhelmed, angry, scattered, impotent, self-righteous, ineffective, discouraged.  How do we proceed to live our lives with integrity in these difficult and painful times? How can people sustain their activism and not suffer burnout? How can activists stay on course and remain grounded?

Event Date: 
01/28/2018 - 2:00pm

Second in a series of interfaith dialogues hosted by Hanover Friends Meeting

Robert Hirschfeld


Worship with us!

(603) 643-4138
Hanover Friends Meeting
43 Lebanon ST
Hanover, NH 03755
United States
Meeting Times: 

Sunday Schedule

  • Meeting for Singing: Sunday, 9:35 AM
  • Meeting for Worship, Sunday, 10 AM (childcare available)
  • First Day School: Sunday, 10:15 AM (after 15 minutes in worship)


Monthly Meeting for Business

  • Second Sundays, 12:00 noon, after meeting for worship and lunch (no meeting in August)


In addition, we support the Kendal Worship Group

  • Sundays, 10 AM, Kendal at Hanover