UU Humanist Association president John Hooper will speak to the UUCS Sunday Forum on the topic of “Religion and Secularism: Navigating the Treacherous Sea of Words.” Read more about John Hooper at UU Church of Sarasota, FL: "Religion and Secularism: Navigating the Treacherous Sea of Words" »
Service lead by Roger Brewin "Not Your Mother's Humanism"
12:00 noon UUH Information & sales table at coffee hour
UU Church of Brevard
321-220-3472 Read more about Roger Brewin at West Melbourne, FL, "Not Your Mother's Humanism" »
Service lead by Roger Brewin "UU Humanist Identity - It's What We Do!"
11:30 AM UUH information & sales table at coffee hour
UU Fellowship of Marion County
Sermon on "Humanism and Hospitality" by Roger Brewin
followed at 12 Noon to 1 PM by a UU Humanists information table and SOAP project display
information: 513 961 1938 Read more about Cincinnati, OH, Sermon on "Humanism and Hospitality" »
Full display of all 24 panels of "Ribbons Not Walls" open to the public without appointment, as part of Beverly Art Walk.
UU Humanists Information and related sales table staffed by Roger Brewin, at Beverly Area Planning Association Read more about Chicago, IL "Ribbons Not Walls" as part of Beverly Art Walk »
Rotating display of "Ribbons Not Walls" Panels at the offices of Beverly Area Planning Association, 1987 W 111th St. Chicago, IL, 60643
Unstaffed exhibit available for viewing Monday through Friday, 9 AM to 5 PM. Call BAPA in advance (773 233 3100) to ensure access at time of your arrival. Read more about Chicago, IL, "Ribbons Not Walls" Panels Display »
Psychologist Will Gervais will reprise the presentation on “Anti-Atheist Prejudice” that he gave to the American Humanist Association Annual Conference in May. Read more about Humanist Forum of Central Kentucky - Anti-Atheist Prejudice »
Thursday, 6 August, 6-8:30pm, the Seventh Annual Humanist Forum Family Picnic in the Fellowship Hall of the Unitarian Universalist Church of Lexington and immediately outside. Bring something to share: Food, drink, preconceived notions, prejudices, curiosity, etc. SEE skeptical freethinkers, secular Humanists, UU Humanists, atheists, agnostics, et al in their natural habitat. Meet their families, learn of their professions, their hopes, their fears, their dreams. “Family” means kids and significant others included. Read more about Humanist Forum of Central Kentucky - Seventh Annual Humanist Forum Family Picnic »