Authors from the new book, Humanist Voices in Unitarian Universalism (Skinner House, Ed. Kendyl Gibbons and Bill Murry), share their hopes for humanism. Can our humanist ancestry reach today’s “unaffiliated” and “spiritual but not religious?” What is the future of humanism in a spiritually pluralistic Unitarian Universalism?
Rev. Amanda Poppei, Rev. Dr. David Breeden, Rev. Dr. Kendyl Gibbons, Rev. Dr. Bill Murry
Off-site registrants and delegates will be able to watch a live webcast of the program. More information here: Read more about UUA GA Program - Listening to the Humanist Voices: An Open-Hearted Unitarian Universalism »