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Chatham Summit Quakers

You are welcome here!

Chatham Summit Quakers is a multi-generational community with a diversity of spiritual backgrounds, who support one another in our individual spiritual journeys. We strive to live in the tradition of Quakers, with emphasis on equality, non-violence, integrity, and simplicity. We offer opportunities for worship and spiritual growth as well as opportunities for fellowship, involvement, and social action.

As of January 9, we are returning to meeting virtually due to the rapid rise in Covid cases.  All are welcome.  Please email [email protected] or call 973-635-2161 to receive a Zoom link to our meeting for worship. To learn more about Quakers, click here.

Newcomers & Visitors: We have a page dedicated to you. Go to About / Info. for Newcomers.

Rentals: Our meetinghouse is available for rent. For details, go to About / Rentals.

Meeting Times

As of January 9 we are returning to Meeting for Worship via Zoom only, held 11 a.m.-noon on Sundays. For the Zoom link, please email us via the Contact Us button above. Please check back for updates on our return to in-person worship.

What's New

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The Nursery

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A HELPING HAND FOR NEWCOMERS 

All are welcome to worship at Chatham Summit Quaker Meeting.   

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Worship with us!

973-635-2161
Chatham-Summit Friends Meetinghouse
158 Southern Boulevard
Chatham, NJ 07928
United States
Meeting Times: 

As of January 9 we are returning to Meeting for Worship via Zoom only, held 11 a.m.-noon on Sundays. For the Zoom link, please email us via the Contact Us button above. Please check back for updates on our return to in-person worship.

The U.S. Election: Resources on Nonviolence from FGC

https://www.fgcquaker.org/news/us-election-nonviolence-your-meeting-and-...

This link will take you to the FGC website and information on nonviolence with special attention to the period surroundiing the Presidential Election of 2020.

Quakers' Statement Condemning Anti-AAPI Violence