Friends General Conference

Nurturing faith and Quaker practice
An Unprogrammed Quaker Meeting in Charlotte, NC

Charlotte Friends Meeting

Charlotte Friends Meeting is:

  • A warm, active, multi-generational Quaker (Religious Society of Friends) faith community

  • Committed to the Quaker Testimonies (values) of spirituality, peace, integrity, community, equality and stewardship

  • An unprogrammed meeting which gathers in silence each Sunday, sharing spirit-led messages, which guide those present to live according to our values

  • A member of Piedmont Friends Yearly Meeting and Friends General Conference

Calendar of Events

What's New

Charlotte Friends Meeting Minute

Supporting the Work of the NC Commission of Inquiry on Torture

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The FGC Gathering this year will be held at Niagara University, NY on July 2-8.  

2017 Theme : Ripples start where spirit moves

Registration now!  Scholarship available.

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Charlotte Friends Meeting makes regular contributions of funds and/or volunteer work to the Quaker organizations listed with links to their websites below.

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The Immigrant Solidarity Committee of Charlotte (ISC-C) works for just and humane immigration policy—in our city, state and nation as a whole—to make our community a more welcoming place for all. Our group consists of representatives from organizations and faith communities, as well as committed individuals. We meet on the third Wednesday of every month at the Charlotte Friends Meetinghouse and we always welcome new participants!

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For the last five years Charlotte Friends Meeting has joined over 135 area congregations, colleges and YMCAs to partner with the Urban Ministry Center to provide winter shelter to homeless neighbors. Last year this community-wide, inter-faith Room in the Inn program served more than 1,400 people.

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Worship with us!

704-599-4999
570 West Rocky River Rd
Charlotte, NC 28213
United States
Meeting Times: 

First Day (Sunday) Schedule
10:00am - Meeting For Worship
10:15am - First Day School (programs for youth)
11:00-11:45am - Announcements and Fellowship
11:45am - Forum (discussion - see "Meeting Calendar" for details)

Mailing Address

PO Box 561793
Charlotte, NC 28256-1793

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