People (especially young people) who profess no formal religious affiliation make up one of the fastest growing segments of our population. Three approaches to carrying our message to a large fraction of these so-called "NONEs" will be described and celebrated: The Humanist Congregation, The Humanist Service, and the Humanist Community. Read more about GA Program: Reaching Out to the Nonreligious »
Presentation during service on "Ribbons Not Walls" by Roger Brewin at First Unitarian Church of South Bend (IN) HUUmanists table to follow service. Read more about "Ribbons Not Walls" at First Unitarian Church of South Bend, IN »
You can join the discussion with Roger Brewin at 7PM and visit a HUUmanists table before and after the service, at Thomas Jefferson UU Church, Louisville, KY Read more about Meet Roger Brewin at Thomas Jefferson Unitarian, Louisville, KY »
Come meet UU Humanist Association president John Hooper at the District Assembly. John will be tabling in the "UU Network Mall" exhibit room. John will be receiving the June Z. Gillespie Award, "named to honor a former District UUA Trustee and District President, recognizing an individual who has encouraged congregational participation in denominational affairs at the District or national level". Read more about Metro NY District Annual Meeting »
Marcie Christensen is going to speak to the Forum about "Dining for Women", a non-profit movement to help women and girls internationally, and the basic human rights that are denied to women all over the world.
A consortium of leaders from within the community of reason endorsed the idea of a National Day of Reason. This observance is held in parallel with the National Day of Prayer, on the first Thursday in May each year. The goal of this effort is to celebrate reason—a concept all Americans can support—and to raise public awareness about the persistent threat to religious liberty posed by government intrusion into the private sphere of worship. Read more about National Day of Reason »