Join Gloucester County Humanists for our meeting this Sunday November 17, at 1:30pm, which has been moved to the back room in PB's Restaurant and Diner, 500 Delsea Drive, Glassboro NJ 08028. We will order first then listen to our speaker, Pat Colucci, talk about HumanLight!
If you're a Humanist, you've either heard about or participated in HumanLight. However, if you don't know much about HumanLight, now is your chance to learn more about this wonderful and illuminating gathering!
Patrick Colucci will be stopping by the South Jersey area to enlighten fellow humanists from Gloucester and Camden County on just what HumanLight is and how you can be a part of this important humanist event. He will be giving a presentation followed by a brief video afterward. There will be time for a Q & A. Below is a brief summary of HumanLight and its purpose :
"HumanLight illuminates Humanism's positive secular vision. In Western societies, late December is a season of good cheer and a time for gatherings of friends and families. During the winter holiday season, where the word "holiday" has taken on a more secular meaning, many events are observed. This tradition of celebrations, however, is grounded in supernatural religious beliefs that many people in modern society cannot accept. HumanLight presents an alternative reason to celebrate: a Humanist's vision of a good future. It is a future in which all people can identify with each other, behave with the highest moral standards, and work together toward a happy, just and peaceful world."
You can learn more about HumanLight on the web at
Or visit the HumanLight group on Facebook :
HumanLight : The Secular December Holiday.
Celebrate and Express Positive Human Values. Build The Humanist Community!!!
~Patrick Colucci is Vice-Chair on The HumanLight Committee~
>>>This Meetup is brought to you by The Gloucester & Camden County Humanists<<<
HumanLight: Learn all about the December holiday designed to celebrate and express positive humanist values.
Patrick Colucci has been involved with promoting public awareness of HumanLight since it's earliest inception in 2001. Patrick is vice-chair of The HumanLight Committee (www.humanlight.org), a member of the American Humanist Association, and a Board Member of the New Jersey Humanist Network (www.njhn.org). Based in New Jersey, he's a long-time activist in the movements for Humanism and for peace and social justice.