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.


March 2018

3/18 - NO FORUM: Meeting for Worship with Attention to Business (9am)
3/25 - Let's talk about the Birds & the Bees.... and the Plants!
Barbara Driscoll, from the New Hope Audubon Society, will discuss the importance of using native plants and other key features in our home and local landscapes, to support birds, pollinators and other essential elements of environmental biodiversity and sustainability.

April 2018

4/1 - (Easter & PFF weekend) What Does Being a Quaker Mean to Me? What Does Easter Mean to Me as a Quaker?
We will view a short but meaningful Quaker Speak video and then share in small group discussions, led by Carolyn White.
4/8 - To Join or Not to Join?
Come share in a conversation on the steps toward membership in the Religious Society of Friends from discernment, clearness, through approval, commitment and celebration. We will hear from a few of those who have gone through this process and reflect on queries about membership. Presented by the Ministry and Worship Committee.
4/15 - NO FORUM: Meeting for Worship with Attention to Business (9am)
4/22 - Earth Day: Replacing Fossil Fuels Quickly and Economically Across North Carolina
Jim Warren, executive director of NC WARN, will describe a path to essentially eliminate fossil fuels in North Carolina’s electricity mix by 2030, and get halfway there by 2025. The strategy, as spelled out in NC WARN’s NC Clean Path 2025 report by engineer Bill Powers, employs local solar combined with battery storage and ramped-up energy efficiency and “demand response” programs. It is cheaper, better for the climate and creates more jobs than Duke Energy’s plan, which relies on natural gas far into the future.
4/29 - Passing on our Stories: Meeting elders talk about the “ Sixties and Seventies”
Meeting elders have been invited to offer different, personal perspectives on how they experienced the turbulent years of the Civil Rights movement during the 1960s - 70s. Listen as memories are shared and history is passed on to younger generations of Quakers!

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