Coffee and Community

 

Join us for coffee, community and discussion every Sunday morning at the Hub!

Look, we know you don't have to get up and go to church on Sunday morning, but after sleeping in some, you can make your way over to the Secular Hub to hang out and talk with like minded friends.

The Hub will be open every Sunday from 10-1:00, and sometimes we'll have more of an agenda than other times. On some weekends, we may have a pancake breakfast with donations used to bolster the community or a particular project; sometimes we'll meet up and go to participate in some community service event. As a community center, the Hub is open to the ideas of our members on how to move forward. Details will be added for particular dates as projects come together.

This is a recurring weekly event, subject to other secular events that require the Secular Hub space. We'll make sure to update the meetup each week with any projects or changes and notify when they are cancelled.

NoteCoffee and Community is free and open to the public.  A key benefit of the Secular Hub is the physical meeting space it provides free-of-charge to local secular groups.  To help pay the bills, the Hub collects membership dues and limits some activities to dues-paying members as a perk.  If you are not yet a member of the Hub, please feel free to stop in for an 'open' event, enjoy the company of your fellow heathens, and see what the Hub is about.  If you like what you see, help support the local secular community and gain access to further secular events/opportunities by becoming a member.  You can sign up in person or online athttp://www.secularhub.org/membership/

 

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  • Matthew J. W.

    I had a great time meeting the group. The event was relaxed and very enjoyable!

    April 21, 2014

  • Lee

    I really enjoyed being with intelligent thinking people and not participating in the worship of mythology!

    1 · April 20, 2014

  • Lee

    Ann and I plan to attend and bring Bagels.

    1 · April 19, 2014

  • Sean

    Coffee and Community, Book Club, and Cosmos, what a way to celebrate Easter!

    1 · April 17, 2014

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