Quaker Meeting House, Rose Lane

National Grid Reference (NGR): NO 50700 16500, map


3 Rose Lane
St. Andrews
KY 16 9EW


The Religious Society of Friends, known as Quakers, has met in a variety of places in St Andrews during the last fifty years, including at this address in Rose Lane, which is a private house. The history of the Quakers in St Andrews can be found in a separate entry, Religious Society of Friends - Quakers.

This former meeting place (in Rose Lane) is a two-storey terraced house, rubble-built with a slate roof. On its east elevation it has a painted square headed door flanked by two rectangular clear glass windows with painted frames. Above this are three rectangular clear glass windows.

Description (interior)

People / Organisations:



  • House: New Denomination (1967)
    Quakers began using building as meeting place.
  • House: Custodial Transfer (1974)
    Quakers bought building.
  • House: Closure (1982)
    Quaker moved to another meeting place in South Street (site no: 7251).

Archive References:

Scottish Church Heritage Research Archive - Offline databaseReference: 10653 and 10655