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Community Service Committee Open Meeting

Looking for ways to give back?  Not sure how you can help?  Have a great idea that you want to share?

Attend the Community Service Committee's "Open Meeting" to learn about opportunities and share ideas to serve our community and the world.

-- What do we do? --

• Vet, plan, and organize service opportunities for the secular community
• Provide financial and/or volunteer assistance to worthy causes
• Provide assistance to community members in need
• Change perceptions amongst believers about the members of the secular community

-- Ways to Help --

• Participate in a Hub-sponsored Community Service Activity or Charitable Event
• Propose Community Service and Philanthropic activities
• Help organize or support a Community Service or Charitable event
• Participate in a Community Service Committee meeting

If any of those interest you, or if you feel you can help in another way, join us!

Learn more about the activities of the Community Service Committee on the Hub website, here:

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  • A former member
    A former member

    I would like to attend, but atheist nurses often end up working Sundays. I hope that Hub members consider that beyond their time and labor, they have valuable talents and experiences that could make a huge difference for Colorado. Allow me to suggest some areas that need attention. I'm sure you all know more:

    KidsHopeUSA: Unsupervised church members enter some 50 Colorado public schools to "mentor" (befriend) disadvantaged children one at a time.

    Corporal Punishment: This is still allowed in Colorado schools: It's past time to stop this. No records are kept by the State on how many children are physically assaulted by teachers/coaches each year.


    1 · July 22, 2014

  • A former member
    A former member


    Adoption Crusade: In the last few years, a major focus of Colorado Springs churches (and Saddleback) has been encouraging home missionary work by adopting children locally, but mainly from overseas – many of whom are not orphans. Colorado DHS is supportive of this phenomenon. The associated problems are many and tragic. (See the new book "The Child Catchers" by Kathryn Joyce.) Immunization: Colorado needs to eliminate the religious exemption to childhood immunizations. Our state has some of the lowest immunization rates and an ongoing pertussis epidemic. (

    Fluoridation: Preserve and extend fluoridation to Colorado communities. Judicial reform: Many less-than-scientific tests are inflicted on prisoners and suspects, e.g. polygraph and plethysmography.

    1 · July 22, 2014

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