As always, we joyfully embrace the Light within all, made visible through the participation of all people, no exceptions.
The Chapel Hill Friends is an unprogrammed meeting established in 1937. We are a member of the Piedmont Friends Yearly Meeting.
Our Visit and Learn and our Quakerism 101 pages share considerable information (including videos and a glossary) about Quakerism, Meeting for Worship, and the Chapel Hill Friends Meeting. If you have additional questions or would like to know more about Quakers, feel free to contact us.
8:15am to 9:15am - Early worship in the meeting room
9:30am to 10:30am - Forum (Online)
11am to 12pm - Worship in the meeting room
11am to 12pm - Worship via Zoom in your own home
11am to 12pm - First Day School on the playground
Child care available if needed
On the third Sunday of the month we gather for Meeting for Worship with Attention to Business via Zoom starting at 9am
Our meeting is participating this year in the CROP Hunger Walk: donate and register on the CROP Walk website: https://events.crophungerwalk.org/cropwalks/team/chapel-hill-friends-meeting
Our latest newsletter for February, along with minutes from the January business meeting have been posted to the Meeting website at: https://www.chapelhillfriends.org/newsletter.html
The theme of this year’s Spring Retreat is: Quakers and Racial Justice: Music and the Quest for Freedom from Enslavement to the Civil Rights Movement. Feb 17, 10 am-2 pm, at the Meeting House.