From the congregation's event page:
The topic "Immanence and Immensity: Towards an Atheist Spirituality" will be presented by Rev. Roger Brewin, Minister Emeritus of First Unitarian Church of Hobart, IN. After retiring from 40 years in UU parish and community ministry, he spends winters in Melbourne with his wife, Kathy. He is active in the UU Humanists organization by serving as Editor of the Journal of Religious Humanism, and curator of the Immigration fabric art show, "Ribbons Not Walls."
UU Humanists table and "Ribbons Not Walls" display
at the West Central UU Cluster, Social Justice Empowerment Workshop Read more about St. Petersburg, FL UU Humanists table and "Ribbons Not Walls" display »
UUHA Executive Director Maria Greene is participating in a panel discussion about fundraising for secular organizations.
From the FtBCon program description:
It takes money to scale an organization up from its seeds as a good idea into a major player with local and/or national impact. Organizing a successful conference entails similar costs. But fundraising is hard, and very few people enjoy asking others for money.
Thursday, 8 January, 7:00-8:30pm, in the Great Hall of the Unitarian Universalist Church of Lexington, Humanist Forum President Staci Maney will lead a discussion of "Humanism versus Nihilism." At the same time there will be Humanist Education for children aged 5-12 in the Green classroom of the RE wing. Childcare provided for children 4 years old and younger.
"Humanism and Nihilism - where our philosophies diverge and how to help people understand how we differ." Read more about Humanist Forum of Central Kentucky ~ January Meeting »
Join Humanist Families & Friends in welcoming the winter season with an outing to the Triangle Park Ice Rink. Imagine the giggles when you combine our families with ice! Come out to skate or for mere entertainment. The fee to skate is $10.00 per person per ninety minutes. You may bring your own skates, but skates are available from the ice rink at no additional charge. If you have specific questions about the ice rink, just call (859) 269-5681. Hope to see you there! Read more about Humanist Forum of Central Kentucky The Great Ice Skate Date »
What: Crafting winter and holiday cards during the annual potluck with Kim Marshall, Children's Program Director
Who: Children of all ages (even adults!) are welcome to participate in card making for family, friends, fellow humanists, or residents of GreenHouse17.