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.
Chapel Hill Friends Meeting was established in 1937. We are a member of the Piedmont Friends Yearly Meeting. We are an unprogrammed meeting without clergy. We share responsibility for what happens in the Meeting. Ongoing activities are for the most part carried out by committee.
Seven of our members serve on the Board of the Carolina Friends School, which was started in 1964 by members of the Durham and Chapel Hill Meetings. One of the three Carolina Friends Early Schools (pre-school) is housed in our building. In addition, we helped to start and support the counseling work of Quaker House in Fayetteville, primarily for armed service personnel at Fort Bragg and Camp Lejeune.