Operated by the Religious Society Of Friends (i.e., the Quakers), the meetinghouse is used for various non-demoninational events and by many communities.
The Religious Society Of Friends is a progressive religious movement with roots in 17th century England. Quakers are known for their social activism, having been instrumental in the campaign against the transatlantic slave trade, as well as campaigning for the rights of minorities such as women, prisoners or gay people.
The meeting room is located inside the Metropolitan Community Church.
The meetinghouse has a small parking lot to compliment the on-street parking.