Every Sunday, our Society offers a family-friendly gathering at 9:45 am, in addition to the regular platform at 11 am. This Family & Friends Circle is open to all, especially […]
More than 100 members and friends of all ages celebrated the power of the written word at our Festival of the Banned and Forgotten Book, our Society’s response to the recent increase in censorship. More Photos
As our Society charts its way through unknown waters, we are tethered to something solid–our strong commitment to community–says Interim Leader Curt Collier in his latest column.Read More
Community building for many of us is a spiritual practice, something that brings a sense of purpose and wholeness and affords an opportunity for personal growth, says Interim Leader Curt Collier in this column.Read More
With the deepening divisions in American society, politically, socially, and economically, perhaps the time has come to envision and to advocate for another way of understanding American society and American identity. In this platform address, leader Joseph Chuman discusses such a way.Read More
To whom or to what are humanists accountable? In this platform address, delivered during the Society’s Community Weekend, leader Joseph Chuman says none of the general responses to this question is adequate on its own, but taken together they are compelling and help us to determine the place of the individual in society.