Chapel Hill Monthly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends

531 Raleigh Road, Chapel Hill, NC 27514

We joyfully embrace the full spectrum of the light within, made visible through the participation of people of all beliefs, cultures, backgrounds, abilities, ethnicities and races, sexual orientations, and gender identities.

8:30am - Worship

9:45am - Forum (schedule)

11am - Worship

11:15am - First Day School

Child Care available 9:30am - 12pm


The Chapel Hill Friends is an unprogramed meeting established in 1937. We are a member of the Piedmont Friends Yearly Meeting. Our Visit / Learn page has basic information about what to expect at a Quaker Meeting for Worship. If you have additional questions or would like to know more about Quakers, feel free to contact us.


Benevolences Process

The Meeting has a new benevolences subcommittee and a new benevolences process. The subcommittee asks that all Peace and Justice benevolences begin with a nomination from at least one Meeting member or attender.

For more information visit the Peace and Justice page.

Minute Against Torture: Sept 17, 2017

As Quakers, we seek a world at peace and free of cruelty. Torture is inhumane, immoral, illegal, and ineffective. The US policy on torture must be kept consistent with our nation's laws and stated values. The North Carolina Commission of Inquiry on Torture addresses the role of North Carolina in covert acts of detention and torture following the attacks on 9/11. The Chapel Hill Friends Meeting supports the faithful work of the Commission.

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