The Doopsgezinde Kerk (Mennonite Church) hidden away in the centre of Haarlem was built in 1683 in the Dutch classical style. The décor is simple.
The acoustic is so good that recordings and concerts often take place here. There is almost no background noise. This also makes it good for conferences and symposiums. For smaller meetings there are various period rooms dating back to 1902. The spacious library is also excellent for meetings or lectures.
Parking garages De Kamp and De Appelaar are 5 minutes’ walk away. Catering (organic and local) can be provided by De Wereld van Jansje, a shop and lunchroom staffed by people with disabilities.
There is a church service every Sunday at 10:30.